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1 21st November 07:35
alan
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Default Locked-down internet zone (versus regular internet zone) - Difference


Hi All,

I note that in the INetRes ADM template there are settings for both
the regular Internet Zone and the Locked-Down Internet Zone (and
similarly for other zones).

The descriptions appear identical. What is the difference between
these settings?

I search google, but only got three hits on the web, and two in
newsgroups (!) none of which seemed to explain:

http://tinyurl.com/yl7fzz
http://tinyurl.com/yf8h43

Thanks,

Alan.
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