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    Default BackRex, but. what about add-ons?

    Searching for a way of backing up IE9' data I came across BackRex, but as far as I understand it doesn't back up IE's add-ons.

    If I'm correct is there an alternative out there?



    I can do it manually if I learn where those datas are stored and if it's possible to restore them.

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    Hi

    as far i know there is no way to back up these.......

    way to access add-ons of IE i.e.
    Click Start, click Run, type gpedit.msc, and then click OK.
    Expand Computer Configuration, expand Administrative Templates, expand Windows Components, expand Internet Explorer, expand Security Features, and then click Add-on Management.

    one another way to access them is through registry....

    you can check this here Manage add-ons

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    Quote Originally Posted by kunu View Post
    Hi

    as far i know there is no way to back up these.......

    way to access add-ons of IE i.e.
    Click Start, click Run, type gpedit.msc, and then click OK.
    Expand Computer Configuration, expand Administrative Templates, expand Windows Components, expand Internet Explorer, expand Security Features, and then click Add-on Management.

    one another way to access them is through registry....

    you can check this here Manage add-ons

    Thanks

    I should have added I'm using W7 Home Premium.

    Your links were for XP and besides as far as I was able to understand, not what I'm looking for.

    gpedit.msc doesn't excist on my pc. It's for XP?

    IE9/W7 doesn't have a folder for it's add-ons, but store the info in the registry???

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    okay in that case you should have mentioned about the Operating sys


    and yes you don't have group policy editor in Home Premium edition. but it is for Win 7 prof,enterprise and ultimate version.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kunu View Post
    okay in that case you should have mentioned about the Operating sys


    and yes you don't have group policy editor in Home Premium edition. but it is for Win 7 prof,enterprise and ultimate version.
    Thanks for letting me know

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