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If you enable this policy setting, the button to open Microsoft Edge from Internet Explorer will be hidden.If you disable this policy setting, the button to open Microsoft Edge from Internet Explorer appears.If you enable this policy setting, Internet Explorer uses the SPDY/3 network protocol.If you disable this policy setting, Internet Explorer won't use the SPDY/3 network protocol.This policy setting determines whether IE runs antimalware programs against Active X controls, to check if they're safe to load on pages.If you don't configure this policy setting, IE won't check with your antimalware program to see if it's safe to create an instance of the Active X control.If you enable this policy setting, IE won't check with your antimalware program to see if it's safe to create an instance of the Active X control.

If you disable this policy setting, IE won't use the HTTP2 network protocol.If you enable this policy setting and a website fails while using the TLS 1.0 or higher security protocols, Internet Explorer will try to fallback and use SSL 3.0 or lower security protocols.If you disable or don’t configure this setting, Internet Explorer uses the default system protocols. If you choose to enable SSL 3.0, we recommend that you disable or don't configure this setting to help mitigate potential man-in-the-middle attacks.If you enable this policy setting, users receive enhanced suggestions while typing in the Address bar.In addition, users won’t be able to change the Suggestions setting on the Settings charm.

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