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    Default Client Internet Explorer Setting

    Hi All

    Can i set the client machine Internet Explorer through server Machine.which is not editabel by client.Through registry or codeing.

    Plz help me..

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    Hi all

    Plz Advice me how can i do this..

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    Default Hello Mir,

    Can u be more clear on what u want?

    You want to chnage the ie settings via java code or by connecting to it remotely.
    As the question is not clear, u r not getting any responses...
    To finish sooner, take your own time....
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    Seems he want to change the browser settings(basically IP settings) of a client through the server. On IE, ;) I don't think it can be done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Niveditha View Post
    Can u be more clear on what u want?

    You want to chnage the ie settings via java code or by connecting to it remotely.
    As the question is not clear, u r not getting any responses...
    yes Mr. Erange is right. i want to change the browser settings(basically IP settings) of a client through the server.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eranga View Post
    Seems he want to change the browser settings(basically IP settings) of a client through the server. On IE, ;) I don't think it can be done.
    Hi Eranga

    i hope you are right...

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    Thank you eranga...

    Mir i think you will have to go for some tools which allows u to change the settings of a remote/different machine.

    I am listing down few of them, i think none of the listed one are freeware but u can atleast take the evaluation version and check or find out a free tool that could do the same work.

    1.Easy PC Transfer
    2.Tweakomatic(i think this a freeware as i was able to download, sorry cant post the link)
    3.EMCO Proxy Settings Manager 1.0.2

    I have not tried any of them, so u can go ahead, test them n let us know also

    All the best
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    In that case you have to use a third party tool for this, not directly through the server. So what you have to think about is, supportability of that tool with the server(hope this is a Java server)

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    Hi Niveditha
    thxs for give me idia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eranga View Post
    In that case you have to use a third party tool for this, not directly through the server. So what you have to think about is, supportability of that tool with the server(hope this is a Java server)
    yes you are right third pary tool use is not good...

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    I'm not say it's bad. As Nibeditha says, you have to use such a tool. But you have to choose the correct one, that's what I want to pointed to you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eranga View Post
    I'm not say it's bad. As Nibeditha says, you have to use such a tool. But you have to choose the correct one, that's what I want to pointed to you.
    ok..SIr there is any chance to set these setting through registry..

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    No you can't. Only thing you can do is enable/disable proxy. But it's obvious, working with the Windows registry is not a good choice in Java. What happen if you application runs on MacOS?

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    best way to use third party tool
    Last edited by Sarinam; 06-23-2008 at 11:57 AM.

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    ok if i have no choice to do that then i will go through third party tool..

    Thxs

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    Sarinam and me pointed you to on that way, but still no sign of working on it. Why don't you check those things. Alway try to follows the hard way. :cool:

    Quote Originally Posted by Mir View Post
    ok if i have no choice to do that then i will go through third party tool..

    Thxs

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    ok i follows....

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    Yes it's better. Before read, just outline the things you have to consider. Specially how the arguments handle, and so on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mir View Post
    yes Mr. Erange is right. i want to change the browser settings(basically IP settings) of a client through the server.
    That sounds like a terrible security hole to me. Its my client, you can't change it.

    Of course, IE is famous for its security holes.

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    Yes, actually on his requirements I have some doubts what exactly going to do. Major thing is change the settings of the client. Rather worry about the security issues, I haven't any idea why try change settings through the server, basically those settings should be changed by the client or the user.

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