Internet Explorer 7: New Training and Whitepaper on Security

A while ago I talked about Internet Explorer sessions we were giving at Tech-Ed 2007. And while it was a great pleasure for me to see many of you there, not everyone could make it to Tech-Ed. Working with TechNet’s IT Showtime, we’ve made my presentation Windows Internet Explorer 7 Security In-Depth available to watch […]

A while ago I talked about Internet Explorer sessions we were giving at Tech-Ed 2007. And while it was a great pleasure for me to see many of you there, not everyone could make it to Tech-Ed. Working with TechNet’s IT Showtime, we’ve made my presentation Windows Internet Explorer 7 Security In-Depth available to watch online, as well as a selection of other Tech-Ed presentations.

A new feature of this year’s Virtual Tech-Ed was the FishBowl, which showcased 15 minute interviews with speakers and evangelists. Tune in to watch any one of the sixty video interviews, including my interview on Building Trust with Internet Explorer 7 and Extended Validation SSL Certificates.

As more and more enterprises adopt Internet Explorer 7, we’ve been getting more questions about deploying and securing IE7 on the desktop. Even though IE7 installs with secure settings by default, there are a number of security features that you can tweak to accommodate specific security needs of your organization. We have just released the Internet Explorer Desktop Security Guide that discusses many of the new security features along with recommended settings.

I hope you will find all of this information useful. I look forward to your feedback or any requests about new material that you may have.

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