This setting can disable the “Certificates” feature in Content tab of Internet Options dialog box, which withdraws the facility to make changes in the security certificate configuration.
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Disable Certificates in IE.reg
The '.reg' file can prevent changing security certificate option in "Content" tab.
Enable Certificates in IE (Default).reg
The '.reg' file can enable changing personal certificate option in "Content" tab.
Registry Entry Details:
Apply registry settings according below given steps of screenshots with related changes.
"Certificates" option under the 'Content' tab is disabled.
"Certificates" option under the 'Content' tab is enabled by default.
First, click the Start button, and select Run. In the resulting dialog box, type "regedit".
Second, go to [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Policies\Microsoft\] and create a new key "Internet Explorer".
Third, create a subkey "Control Panel" under "Internet Explorer".
Fourth, create a DWORD value " CertifSites".
Now, right-click on "CertifSites" and select 'Modify'.
Finally, set the 'Value Data' to “1” in the textbox provided and click on 'OK'.
Other Related Tweaks
Restrict viewing source in Internet Explorer (For Windows 98/Me).
Category : Software / Applications > Internet Explorer
Internet Explorer gives the option to view the source of a webpage. With this setting, you can turn off the function to view the source.
Customize the title of Internet Explorer window. (For Windows 98/Me).
With this setting, you can customize the window title of Internet Explorer.
Turn off the “Synchronize” menu item in Internet Explorer.
This setting turns off the functionality of the menu item “Synchronize”, on the “Tools” menu of Internet Explorer.
Disable the expanding of the menu item “New” in Internet Explorer (For Current User).
This setting can reduce the default list of sub-menu item “New” in Internet Explorer to a single-sized option list “New Window”, which can open a new Internet Explorer window.
Disable the expanding of the menu item “New” in Internet Explorer (For All Users).