The Content Advisor in Internet Explorer is a fine example of good intentions sometimes leading to undesirable consequences. As users surf the Web under the watchful Content Advisor's eye, there will likely come a point where the restrictions imposed will become undesirable, even if only temporarily. However, users wanting to disable the Content Advisor will sometimes find themselves barred from making changes because they have forgotten the required password. Fortunately, this annoying little problem can be solved quickly with a Windows Registry edit.
For Removing Content Advisor Password in Internet Explorer follwo this steps:-
- Click on the Start button and then Run.
- Type regedit and select on OK.
- Now have a click on the plus sign to the left of the caption of HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE.
- Continue to open the registries, by clicking on the plus sign at the left of the named key,through Software - ->Microsoft- - >Windows - - > Current Version - - >Policies.
- Now have a click on the Ratings folder.
- On the right side of the Registry Editor windows, you would see an item named as Key, right-click on it and delete it.
- Now close the Registry Editor.
- Restart the computer and run Internet Explorer again.Choose View and then Internet Options. Click on Tools, Internet Options.
- Click on the Content tab and click on Disable.
- When IE asks for the password, leave it as blank, and click on OK. This will disable the Content Advisor Password in Internet Explorer.