Microsoft Says Companies Can Disable Internet Explorer Right Now

Microsoft has already retired Internet Explorer, but users are being redirected to Microsoft Edge in stages.

The company, however, says that organizations that want to get rid of the browser right now can turn to a special policy called Disable IE that provides them with more control over the retirement process.

“For organizations that do not want to wait for the gradual redirection, or prefer to transition all of their users off of IE11 at once with Group Policy, the Disable IE Policy is our strongly recommended option to control the timing and rollout of the IE retirement process for their users. Using this policy gives you the ability to set your own schedule with your users and to communicate the transition accordingly. You can dictate precisely when IE is retired in your environment,” the software giant explains in an announcement.

The policy works as simple as it could work: it redirects all requests to Microsoft Edge, while also removing the IE11 icons fro… (read more)
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