I've enhanced the IE security zone comparison utility that I posted here a few weeks ago. The new version shows the effective settings for a selected zone, based on the precedence rules for User and Computer policies and preferences (as described here) and whether only Machine settings are used. Pick an IE security zone (such as Intranet), and the new IEZoneAnalyzer will show what settings are in effect and where those settings come from.
[Update 14 April 2011: just posted IEZoneAnalyzer v3 with lots of new features. See http://blogs.technet.com/b/fdcc/archive/2011/04/14/iezoneanalyzer-v3.aspx]
Just discovered this nice utility, but have a question - was there special reason not to put any export into csv or text file funtionlity or even just ctrl a -> ctrl c from result window? I don't beleve that it is very complicatied.
[Aaron Margosis] I'm working on an update that will have that and a lot more. News soon, OK? :)
very cool utility
here is a wishlist:
ability to change color of individual item as a means to keep track of which item has been tried/tested
ability to sort and extract only differences
ability to click on each item to obtain detailed references of its use and/or functionality
ability to save results to be retrieved later, complete with color, history, url, etc
ability to highlight a record and have only differences automatically change color scheme
thanks for making this utility
[Aaron Margosis] Just posted this a short while ago: