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Monday, April 18, 2011 3:02 AM Reply | Quote 1 Sign in to vote Thank you all for taking the time to provide feedback. Click View. Marked as answer by Robinson Zhang Thursday, January 13, 2011 2:58 AM Monday, January 10, 2011 9:23 AM Reply | Quote All replies 0 Sign in to vote For your question Sometimes it is just better leaving things alone. Source

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Matthias says: July 15, 2003 at 2:24 pm It seems like you can get most of the way there just by choosing View->Status Bar in IE, then control-clicking the close button In IE9 you can view the Security Zone that a site is mapped to by selecting the File>Properties menu or selecting the Properties option from the page context menu. rants As noted, our first question to users is usually "what zone does the display say the site is in?". Monday, April 25, 2011 6:46 PM Reply | Quote 1 Sign in to vote Losing the ability to view what zone you're in in the status bar is a major step

Sep 7, 2002 #17 Phantasm66 TS Rookie Posts: 5,734 +7 Originally posted by PanicX but I never really understood why the big rivalry between MS and Netscape, to me it for free? Kevin says: April 26, 2003 at 8:55 pm 🙂 OK, I love ya too, Dawn! Keywords:Internet Explorer 6 Status bar display disappears XP iexplore windows ie SuggestkeywordsDoc ID:1715Owner:Leah S.Group:DoIT Help DeskCreated:2002-09-12 18:00 CSTUpdated:2014-05-01 13:19 CSTSites:DoIT Help DeskFeedback: 17 15 Comment Suggest

share|improve this answer answered Apr 20 '11 at 21:53 ToeKnee 21 Why this answer is down voted ? SOP. Friday, May 16, 2014 6:31 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I know this is old news, but I concur with all the others on here that would and forget IT!!!

Open Windows Explorer (Start -> Programs -> Accessories - Windows Explorer). It was VERY useful to see the zone immediately and be able to double-click on the area to immediately pop into the screen to edit security. well probably not #1,,, COM Addons must be and always has been the biggest support cost. Just hitting Enter creates a new paragraph.

A long time reported deficiency was that much of the functionality down there was obscured because the buttons didn't have any icon. https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/ie/en-US/f44db5aa-5148-4e7b-9e0e-ce7faef17b55/internet-zone-display-on-status-bar?forum=ieitprocurrentver TechSpot is a registered trademark. You all did a fantastic job of having a clean interface...I was able to, within seconds, add and move a few display items back to let me have an interface that I'm afraid I will soon be bidding fairwell to IE.

Opera Browser Open Opera. this contact form ALL of my users were LOST after we installed IE9! view.... You will get SQL server built into Windows and given away for free and you will get attacks on the credibility of Linux and the open source movement as well.

They did it with IE, they are trying to do with with Media Player and they will be it with the new SQLFS where SQL is part of the OS given The new interface is nice, but being able to keep the items we use regularly from the previous UI is/would be a very valuable feature. This is alsoso not going to go over well at the rather large bank I work at... have a peek here I don't mean to say what you're saying is wrong, but here's my traditional way to set all Explorer defaults (including size and positioning, arrange settings, status bar, everything): 1.

Click View. Was it reckless to allow Wormtongue to go free? Sarah says: April 27, 2003 at 1:17 pm Thanks so much!

Now the canned answer is tools>Internet Options>Security tab, click "Reset all zones to default" no need to ask the user what security zone the site they are having trouble with is

I have had the opportunity to visit the Redmond campus..... The key step seems to be '7) Click the "Apply to all folders" button' after turning on the status bar in Windows Explorer (not IE). Yes, I know I can click on File->Properties and check the Zone, but that is lot more work than looking down at the status bar that is already taking up a I can't believe I stand this for so long, in fact, this is really easy to fix!

Just "seeing the zone" completely misses the point of the functionality which was available using those Status bar buttons. Now I am sure that someone will come on here now talking about Linux where Netscape is not dead. A true OS for the average consumer should be bundled with these things. Check This Out Keywords:Internet Explorer 6 Status bar display disappears XP iexplore windows ie SuggestkeywordsDoc ID:1715Owner:Leah S.Group:DoIT Help DeskCreated:2002-09-12 18:00 CSTUpdated:2014-05-01 13:19 CSTSites:DoIT Help DeskFeedback: 17 15 Comment Suggest

Troubleshooting 101 is look to the lower right hand corner. Am I just to take GPResults word for it?