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IE "lock down" after installing .NET

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Hi all,

Fairly new to the world of .NET, but since installing it, IE has been
playing up.

When I installed, I'm sure I remember some dialog saying something
like "Do you want .Net to improve your Internet security settings?". I
took a "Yes" to this as is seemed to be recommended.

The problem I have now is that any link which would normally open a
new IE window no longer works. This is affecting an awful lot of
genuine websites and is driving me crazy. I have to right click the
link and "copy Shortcut", and the manually paste it into the address
line. On certain Flash driven websites I can't even do this :-(

I have searched the security settings in IE in vain to try and fix
this. Can anyone help?

Thanks,
Lister
Nov 22 '05 #1
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By chance you haven't installed something like the Google toolbar for
Internet Explorer have you? The latest version of this toolbar includes a
popup blocking feature which works the way you're describing. Other popup
blockers work similarly.

As a test, try holding down the CTRL key when you click on a link that
should open in another window and see if that works. The CTRL key is used
by most popup blockers to allow you to open a popup window.

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Thanks, Jeff
Nov 22 '05 #2

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