changing the default IE file
Building a kiosk for the public to interact with a custom application. If there happens to be no internet connection (lets say the network at the location went down) IE has a default "error" page that displays an error and a "diganose connection" button.
Developer wants to remove this message, and possbily create a custom "error" page... ie "Opps. Internet is not working, please go find help!" At this point the user would (in theory) go ask someone for assistance, and that person would then either fix the issue, or call our company helpdesk.
I have found the possible dll file (C:Windows\System32\en-US\ieframe.dll.mui) that the error message points to - and we have tried to manipulate it - but it does not seem to work. We end up with just an "attempting to load" type cursor and a blank page.
Does anyone know if what I am trying to do is possible? And if so... am I going about it all wrong?