Accessing Preference Mode Internet Explorer Setting in Group Policy

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Group Policy contains many hidden jewels that are not always easy to find. Here we look at some advanced internet explorer settings that aren’t readily visible to the naked eye.

Hidden deep within Group Policy there are many jewels that are not always easy to find. One of these jewels is the advanced or “preference mode” Internet Explorer settings. These can be accessed with the following steps:

1. Open the Group Policy Management Console and create a new GPO.
2. Browse to User Configuration/Windows Settings
3. Right click on “Internet Explorer Maintenance” and click “Preference Mode”

This will add another subgroup of settings listed under “Advanced”. In this subgroup you can edit settings related to cache size, auto complete, roaming profile cache, auto image resizing, and many more things. ')}

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