The Internet Explorer component provides the Internet Explorer Web browser that allows customers to connect to the Internet or to an intranet.
There are no services associated with this component.
Many Internet Explorer components are used by other Windows features to communicate with servers or display content. For example, the Mshtml feature is used by the Help system to render HTML content.
This component depends on the Primitive: Shell32 component.
The following table shows the configurable settings for this component .
|Title Bar Text||None||Adds the name of another Web site to the title bar in addition to the default text "Microsoft Internet Explorer."|
|Home Page URL||None||Specifies the Web page that is displayed the first time that Internet Explorer is opened.|
|Search Page URL||None||Specifies the URL of a Web page that can be used to search the Internet or intranet for information.|
|Online Support URL||None||Specifies an online Knowledge Base and support location.|
|Use a Proxy Server||Cleared||Specifies the use of a proxy server to connect to Internet sites from inside a corporation or within an intranet.|
|Proxy Server URL||None||Specifies the URL of a proxy server.|
|Port||None||Specifies the port that Internet Explorer uses to connect to the Internet when Internet Explorer makes the connection through a proxy server.|
|Bypass Proxy server for local addresses||Cleared||Specifies whether Internet Explorer connects directly to local and intranet sites instead of passing through a proxy server.|
|Enable Pop-Up Manager||Checked||Specifies that Pop-Ups will be blocked at the current security level.|
|Play Sound when pop-up is blocked||Checked||Specifies that a .wav sound file will be played whenever a Pop-Up is blocked.|
|Show Information when pop-up is blocked||Checked||Specifies that an infomational dialog will display whenever a Pop-Up is blocked.|
|Allow Website||None||Specifies a list of user-entered, optional website URLs that will not be blocked.|
|Filter Level||Medium: Block most automatic pop-ups||Specifies what level of security allows Pop-Up blocking.|
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