I once tried this with IE 3.0something. I installed 3.0 on top of itself
so that I'd have the option to remove it (IE3 came on the machine), then
removed it, reinstalled it and got nowhere. Shortly afterward, one of the
guys I work with found the link with the fix:
> > From: Danny Sinang[SMTP:email@example.com]
> > A customer of mine can't use his IE 3 because someone entered a
> > password in
> > the Content Advisor admin settings.
> > And he can't uninstall IE 3 either because it came with Windows 95.
> > Anybody know how to get rid of the password ? Any files or registry
> > settings
> > that need to be poked ?