There are a lot of different sort of ways to do it, I think, but you may want to try looking into Win32::Registry
and hitting the right key. Look around on Google (I found the info here
), and realize that any registry mucking is dangerous.
Keep in mind, that you may not be able to do it while IE is running (well you could, but it may not take hold). You'll wanna search MSDN
to search to see if there is an appropriate OM call.
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