Note, this process also works for Server 2012 & R2.

In my lab the Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration drives me insane as I need to be able to do demos quickly without being prompted every second to trust a website.  So I turn this off using Group Policy.

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Open the Group Policy Management Console.  Create or Edit a Policy and navigate to Computer Configuration > Preferences > Windows Settings > Registry.

Right-click on Registry and choose New > Registry Item.

and navigate to Computer Configuration > Preferences > Windows Settings > Registry. Right-click on Registry and choose New > Registry Item.

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In the New Registry Properties windows, click the ellipsis […] button next to Key Path.

Find the following Registry key:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE > SOFTWARE > Microsoft > Active Setup > Installed Components > {A509B1A8-37EF-4b3f-8CFC-4F3A74704073}

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Click the IsInstalled enter and click Select.

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Change the Base to Decimal and then change the Value data to 0.

1 means turned on
0 means turned off

Do the same for the additional entry ending with 073 as this is the the Users.

Now run Invoke-GPUpdate command from PowerShell and that’s it.

This is not recommended in a production environment and poses a security risk if you do this!