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    Non Secure Site Message

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    Is there a way to get rid of this message by Group Policy ? We have subscribed to SEN training at Onlineinset.net. Autism, SLCN, Managing Behaviour, SI, Motor Coordination, Dyslexia and it appears on every page.

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    Group Policy is
    User Configuration -> Administrative Templates ->Windows Components -> Internet Explorer -> Internet Control Panel -> Security Page -> Internet Zone
    Display Mixed Content:Enable

    This should work for Windows Server 2008
    Can't be sure this option is available on 2003 domain networks

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    Cheers I'll have a look. Ours is 2003

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    It is the same message as "This page contains both secure and nonsecure items" warning in older IE versions.
    So look for a policy that specifies that.
    Otherwise you can also set a policy by going to User Configuration -> Windows Settings -> Internet Explorer Maintenance -> Security ->Security Zones.
    Then you can import settings from your machine which would have to include a Custom Level Internet Security Settings with Display Mixed Content set as enable.
    It's messier that way but doable if no option in 2003.

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