Ways to Turn Off and Disable Vista IE 7 Protected Mode

There are plenty of ways that will disable Protected Mode for Internet Explorer 7 (IE7) in Windows Vista. So you get a choice if you decided not to on Protected Mode. This knowledge also may be in used if you need to troubleshoot the problem why IE 7 Protected Mode is not enabled on your Vista system. Check through the list to see if the Protected Mode is automatically turned off at one of the condition below.

#Disable Protected Mode from IE7 Internet Options Security tab. Users have to disable zone by zone.
#Running IE with administrator privileges.
#Turn off User Account Control will automatically disable IE Protected Mode in Vista. This is due to some of the protections which Protected Mode depends on are not available, such as UI Privilege Isolation (UIPI).
#Trusted sites security zone for IE is assumed to be safe, so Protected Mode is turned off for #Trusted zone by default. Any websites that are added to the Trusted zone will also excluded from Protected Mode.
#Similar to the logic for Trusted zone, a page that is being viewed locally (is a local HTML file) will have Protected Mode turned off as the contents of the page are considered safe. However, if you browse a page that was saved from Protected Mode enabled untrusted web page, then Protected Mode will still be on even though the file is now on local disk.

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