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IE11 does not detect any site as in intranet zone on one VM

Q: IE11 does not detect any site as in intranet zone on one VM

I am having a lot of hard time. I have a cloned virtual machines and on one of the VM, IE11 is not detecting any of the internal sites in Intranet zone, while other machines are detecting internal site as Intranet. I have checked almost everything like NIC
config, VM config, IE related registry settings, IE options, GPO, installed programs and patches etc. All these things are exactly the same on other VMs where internal sites are getting detected correctly.
OS- Windows server 2012 R2
Hyper visor- Vmware

Please help me move in right direction, I am out of options now


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I am running IE 11 on a Windows 2008 R2 SP1 server, which is part of a domain.

When accessing sites from the internal network, I get a blank page. I noticed that it was due to the fact that these sites are not in the "Local intranet" zone, and when I add them manually it works.

In Internet Options > Security > Local intranet, when I click on "Sites", I directly have the window with the advanced configuration, where I have to manually define a list of websites. I do not see the window
with the "Automatically detect intranet network" checkbox (but I have it on other servers).

If I manually add the IP and domain with wildcards, I can access my internal sites, but I would have to do that for every user connecting to the server. I'd prefer if it was automatic, as it is on other servers.

Can you help me please ?

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Under Internet Options > Security > Local Intranet > Sites ? there is an option to automatically detect intranet sites.
How does this work? Because it doesn't seem to work.  It will not automatically detect that one of our internal websites is an internal website.  I assume that it is supposed to do what it says it does.
Do I need to do something in DNS? 
The only way I can get the browser to see that this site is an intranet site (for integrated authentication purposes) is to manually add the domain to the list of intranet sites, which completely defeats the point of any option like "automatically detect".
So how do I get it to work?

A:Automatically Detect Intranet Zone


Managing zones for Internet Explorer can be done using the following setting: Administrative Templates\Windows Components\Internet Explorer\Internet Control Panel\Security Page\Site to Zone Assignment List.

The Site to Zone Assignment List policy setting allows you to manage a list of sites that you want to associate with a particular security zone. There are zone numbers which have associated security settings that apply to all of the sites in the zone.

The Site to Zone Assignment List policy setting associates sites to zones, using the following values for the Internet Security zones: (1) Intranet zone, (2) Trusted Sites zone, (3) Internet zone, and (4) Restricted Sites zone. If you set this policy setting
to Enabled, you can enter a list of sites and their related zone numbers. The association of a site with a zone ensures that the security settings for the specified zone are applied to the site. See the Explain text for this policy setting for more information.

If you configure the Site to Zone Assignment List policy setting for both Computer Configuration and User Configuration, both of these lists are used. 

More information:
Group Policy Settings Reference for Windows Internet Explorer 8
Group Policy Settings Reference Windows Internet Explorer 9
Managing Browser Settings with Group Policy Tools

Hope this helps.

Jeremy Wu
TechNet Community Support

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We have an odd issue. IE11 is running all sites in compatibility mode. This appears to be because it is treating all sites as being in the Intranet Zone. This is:
a) breaks many websites that require modern browsers 
b) is a huge security issue as many protections are disabled by default on the intranet zone.

Has anyone else seen this or have ideas on what we can do to solve it.

I will add that we have autodetect proxy settings enabled, and wpad hosts a proxy.pac that instructs browsers to go direct to all websites. 



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Our environment is getting upgraded to IE 11 and we want to open all Intranet site in IE7 mode after upgrading to IE11.
Do we have any Group policy for this or any other away
I am aware of enterprise mode but cannot implement now. so if any one can help me answer for above query


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I have tried for about a day to remove these links on my clients computer, all malware has been removed, using Vipre rescue and Malwarebytes. I have searched the forums to find a way to remove, and HJT won't removed them. I have performed this muliple times in safe and normal mode, run Ccleaner to removve the temp files. This recurring symptoms are this hp.ierediect coming up in IE, I have downgraded to IE7 and the symptoms just now seem to have gone away but still can't get rid of the enties in the HJT scan.
I was hoping there might be a way to remove this from the registry but all postings are Win XP and the keys don't seem to exist in Vista.

Log file:

Logfile of Trend Micro HijackThis v2.0.4
Scan saved at 1:33:05 PM, on 5/20/2011
Platform: Windows Vista SP2 (WinNT 6.00.1906)
MSIE: Internet Explorer v7.00 (7.00.6002.18005)
Boot mode: Normal

Running processes:
C:\Program Files\Zone Labs\ZoneAlarm\zlclient.exe
C:\Program Files\HP\HP Software Update\hpwuschd2.exe
C:\Program Files\LogMeIn\x86\LogMeInSystray.exe
C:\Program Files\HP\Digital Imaging\bin\hpqtra08.exe
C:\Program Files\Windows Media Player\wmpnscfg.exe
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A:O15 - ProtocolDefaults: '@ivt' protocol is in My Computer Zone, should be Intranet Zone

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I'm currently have the issue, that mainly PDF files are handled different ways on each website.

First example: I open a PDF file in our document management system (Intranet), I only can choose to save
the file. If I open the catering menu pdf (Intranet), it opens directly in the IE11.
Seconde example: I search google for any PDF (i.e.
http://www.orimi.com/pdf-test.pdf), it opens within the IE11.
If I open Outlook Webaccess, I only can download the file.
In the past with IE 10, I have been asked to open or to save the file.

Any idea what happened here? IE 11 is configured through GPO.

Thank you for your help!

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We have deployed IE11 via IEAK and have a proxy set which currently set to return direct for all sites. This means IE is seeing all external sites in the intranet zone due to the setting 'include all sites that bypass the proxy server' being enabled. If
I manually untick this then everything works as all external sites are in the internet zone and the setting is permanent.
However, I need to deploy this setting site wide and the group policy "Windows Components/Internet Explorer/Internet Control Panel/Security Page - Intranet Sites: Include all sites that bypass the proxy server" (both computer and user) set to disable
only greys out the box unticked but does not actually move external sites into the internet zone.
I've tried using GPP to delete the registry key HKCU\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings\ZoneMap\Proxybypass which does work but as soon as I re-launch IE the setting is written back with the value 1 and it is back in the wrong state
Using process monitor I can see it is iexplore.exe that sets this key back to 1 on launch and when I manually untick the box all it does it delete the Proxybypass key and nothing else. Has anyone seen this before and managed to work around it?  It seems
very similar to

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Some of our intranet websites are using http.  Our domain ends .gov.uk.  Once KB4494440

https://support.microsoft.com/en-gb/help/4494440/windows-10-update-kb4494440 has been installed on a machine, that machine can no longer access the site.  If we use a url of
http://sitename and leave off the domain part then the site works.
Is there a way of having intranet servers ignored regarding this behaviour so we can include the domain name as part of the URL?
I tried removing KB4494440 and was then able to access http intranet sites as long as I hadn't tried to access them with the update in place.  This seems to suggest that there is a cache, but even after clearing the browser cache I still couldn't access
the sites.  Can anyone tell me where the cache is

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When i am opening my intranet websites which have security prompts
from IE11 in windows server 2016 as shown below and passing the credential,its not responding after clicking OK button.

Request advise on the same.

Thank you.


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Some of our intranet websites are using http.  Our domain ends .gov.uk.  Once KB4494440

https://support.microsoft.com/en-gb/help/4494440/windows-10-update-kb4494440 has been installed on a machine, that machine can no longer access the site.  If we use a url of
http://sitename and leave off the domain part then the site works.
Is there a way of having intranet servers ignored regarding this behaviour so we can include the domain name as part of the URL?
I tried removing KB4494440 and was then able to access http intranet sites as long as I hadn't tried to access them with the update in place.  This seems to suggest that there is a cache, but even after clearing the browser cache I still couldn't access
the sites.  Can anyone tell me where the cache is

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I'm trying to figure out why the setting "automatically detect intranet network" is greyed out and will not let me change it.  This is a Win 7 box on a domain.  I am a domain admin and a local admin on my box.  The dialog under Security,
Intranet says "some settings are managed by your systems administrator" at the bottom.  I've poured through every single GPO we have and no where do I see any IE settings getting pushed out.  Anyone have any other ideas whats going on here?
 Its causing issues with one of our pages that it thinks is an intranet page, but its really not.  I've attached a couple screenshots

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Ok, I've added my site to the HOSTS file. I can see the homepage, but when I click on the links, they are broken. All of the pages are in the C:\inetpub\wwwroot folder, but only the homepage works. Any suggestions ? Thanks !

A:Intranet Site

i think C:\inetpub\wwwroot folder is the place on IIS where all the files of the website r places.

i think u have to make aliases so that it does not point to that place......by the way have u started the server?

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I have an intranet site with about 250 pages in all. Does anyone know the easiest way of creating a site map from this? Otherwise, creating the HTML by hand with links to each page is going to take a l-o-n-g time...

A:Intranet site map?

Most really good HTML editors have this feature built in. Visio also does this sort of thing. I do not know of any good free editors that will do this however.

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I need some of the user to access the particular Intranet Sites. Other Intranet Site they should not accessible. Any registry and GPO setting to acheive this ?

Regards, Hari Prasad.D

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Hello, I cannot access a certain Intranet site from a client PC.
I can access the site from any other PC. So this suggests that it is not a user permissions thing.
I have tried serveral suggestions including- clearing temporary internet files & cookies, running ipconfig /dnsflush, adding the site to 'trusted sites'. Still no luck.
Does any one have any clues?

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Hi Guys:

I am currently running PWS4 on Windows 98. I can access my website from my intranet, but I cannot access it from the internet. Since I have not purchased a DNS, I am using just the raw IP address to access the website. There is a dsl/cable router on my intranet. I am thinking that it is not configured properly to take requests from the internet, and that a firewall is enabled to block incoming requests. I have tried disabling the firewall, but that didn't seem to work. I know that the raw IP address that I am entering in is correct, so please don't reply saying that this is the reason. I strongly believe that is a problem with the way my router is configured. The user guide isn't much help. I have a Seimens SpeedStream 2602 DSL/Cable Router. Please don't point me to the user guide again. I am looking for a reason why I cannot access my website from the internet, and a possible explanation of what I can do to resolve this.

Thank You,


A:Cannot access web site from internet only intranet

I believe this is a loopback issue with the router. I know that I have the exact same issue with my local site. You try to hit it by your DNS name or your outside IP and it does not respond. If you enter in your local IP (192.168.x.x) then the site loads.

I don't think there is a work around for this other then just using LOCALHOST to view your site. Have you asked someone else on the outside to hit your site via your IP?

As far as your router goes, all you should have to do is setup port 80 to be forwared to your local machines IP address. Like I said I don't believe you entering your WAN IP from your local LAN will work. Only localhost will. Unless your outside your intranet and then your IP should work.

You might also want to check out this site.. http://www.dyndns.org/ Its free and it works really well. Then you won't have to have people remember your IP.

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I have got one requirement from user to diable all intranet sites and enable only 5 sites which they have defined.
Is it possible to achieve this via GPO or Registry. because we have 50 machines where these settings has to apply.

**Disable all intranet sites browsing on Internet Explorer.
**Enable the listed sites like http://newsite.consto.com, we have 5 sites which need to define and allow remains should get blocked.

Thanks & Regards,
Jaghaddeesh .N

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We have an intranet site named as Employee Self Service (ESS). In my lap top I am unable to open the login page of the site. But I am accesing the same site in any other office desktops. Kindly help me out how to get rid of this problem.

A:Unable to open intranet site

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I am getting a "Your current security settings do not allow this file to be download" error when I click on a intranet link that is supposed to open up a PDF file from
an IE web site. 
So the link's detail is like this: http://192.168.x.x/pdf/i23424.pdf.

I have add the link http://192.168.x.x/* value
= 3 to the Site to Zone Assignment List in my GPO but it still does not work.
My GPO also allows File Download to happen for the trusted sites.  
File download is disable in internet site's custom level. 
Someone knows how to fix this please advise.  

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We have an issue where if for any reason our intranet site goes down any attempt to connect adds a www to the address http://www.intranet when connectivity is restored this does not correct itself and continues to add the www. Preventing connection.
We can correct this by deleting the internet cache on the machine however this creates massive problems as a lot of our users depend on being able to connect to intranet sites to work, intranet cache deletion is prevented by security policy and can only be
performed by an admin, internet cache deletion is not preferred for security and convenience reasons plus this affects over 10,000 users worldwide resulting in a huge inconvienience, loss of productivity and man hours required to rectify by IT support.
I have looked at all the obvious options available in the internet settings but none of them prevent this behaviour. I would almost be bold enough to say that this is a bug in IE, certainly a failing as it cannot be said to offer any advantage to
the user.
Any advice on how to prevent this behaviour and allow IE to recconect automatically when the site becomes available without IT intervention would be greatly appreciated or perhaps I can convince MS to fix this bug.

Thanks, Gary

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IE11 tel: Link does not work in trusted sites or intranet sites
If the site is in internet zone the link does work.

Any hints for a fix?

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I enjoy playing Hearts and Spades on the MSN Game Zone.
However with IE11 on Windows 8.1 there are ongoing problems in connecting to these games.
One has to jump through a series of hoops in IE11 to get these games to function. In addition it sometimes it two or three attempts to achieve any success.
Then after two or three days, or weeks, the problem resurfaces.
Does anyone know of a guaranteed method of making the games work and keeping them working on IE11?
Is the fault with IE11, Windows 8.1, or the MSN Game Zone?

A:Isuues with IE11 and MSN Game Zone on Windows 8.1

Not the fault of IE11, Windows 8.1, or the MSN Zone on this occasion.
Narrowed it down to a recent automatic update of aVast Internet Security.

Got a work around, but still waiting for a definitive solution.

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Where I work a manager bought a /16 block of Public IP addresses and it's been used for everything in our network.

In a GPO it's set to prompt for Zone Elevation in the Local Intranet Zone part of settings.
With IE9 users never get a prompt when going from one intranet URL to the next.
But with IE11 they suddenly do. No GPO's altered (yet).
this blog I understand why it happens. And it makes sense when you use private addresses for your LAN.

Is there any way I can work around this?

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This is IE11 / Windows 10 and Windows 7

For audit/security purposes, I'm currently investigating disabling downloading from the Internet Zone in our workplace.

This means that I assign sites to the Trusted Sites zone in order to allow downloading from them.

Some sites, when I click a link to download a file, start by downloading a 'Blob:1234123412341' file, which then fails to download what the blob is connecting to / requesting.

it seems to load the blob in the Internet Zone even though it was part of a link located on a site that is set as a Trusted Site and other files from that site download just fine.

How can I enable trusted site Blob downloads, but not ALL blobs from everywhere?

Thank you!

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Hi all,
Consider the following scenario:
-You are on a website
-The site is in the Intranet zone
-Protected mode is off
-You access a document library, find a Word document you have access to EDIT, and you click 'Edit' (do not view in Word Web App first)
The result:
-Before Word opens, a dialog box/prompt will be displayed which has the following:
Title: "A website wants to open content using this program on your computer"
Text Body: "This program will open outside of Protected Mode. Internet Explorer's Protected Mode helps protect your computer. If you do not trust this website, do not open this program.
Name (of program trying to open): Microsoft Office 2013
Publisher: Microsoft Corporation
You are then given the option to 'allow' or 'Don't allow'. Click allow and the document opens.
I do not want this dialog to open within the Intranet zone as we trust sites in the Intranet zone.
Does anyone know how to prevent this dialog box? In Group Policy I've gone into Internet Explorer settings - Internet Control Panel - Intranet zone etc. but no setting in there accomplishes this. There may have used to have been a settings which said 'Launching
programs and unsafe files' but looks like it's gone?

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After the recent windows update our intranet site has stopped functioning and is throwing an access is denied error that is preving the rest of the site from working (KB4486474). We use JavaScript to
set some images on our main page and the images are no longer loading.  I've tried tweaking the security settings, changing compatibility mode, and changing the browser emulation. The only thing that works is to uninstall the windows update. Any
help would be appreciated, I attached the snippet of code that's breaking. Thanks!

images = new Array(30);
    for(var i = 0; i < 3; i++) {
        images[i] = new Image(48, 30);
        images[i].src = 'vwr_imgs\\play' + (i + 1) + '.bmp' ; <- Access is denied here. vwr_imgs is local, not a cross site call. 

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(This was originally posted in the Windows 10 General forum and suggested by post here)
In our organization, we host a self serve printer driver installation, though an internal site. There are printer installation maps with  hyperlinks on a map of that particular office. It is done this way due to the large number of employees who travel
in between offices in that we don't want to deploy printers through GPOs.
This hyperlink consists of a simple .cmd file that initiates a connection to the UNC path of the server hosting that particular printer, there's around 75 print servers al in all.  When the end user would click on the printer hyperlink, they'd be prompted
to execute the .cmd file and it would initiate a printer connection and drivers would be installed.
There's a few of us on Windows 10 v1703 who are testing and we've run into an issue with executing the .cmd directly from our internal website with IE (we're not using Edge and all internal sites redirect to IE if opened in Edge).  The .cmd file looks
like it runs, but just does nothing and this has been re-confirmed working on v1607 and earlier versions of Windows.
Clients on v1703 now need to save out the .cmd file before executing, while this may not seem like a big deal, our user base is used to how printers are installed and have been done this way for many years.
I've tried changing the IE security settings for the 'local intranet' zone to it's lowest settings and enabled / disabled each ... Read more

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(NOTE:  Links open in a new tab.)
In the TechNet article
here I see reference to a schema v.2 for the EMIE tool. It will apparently spit out the xml using the new version 2 of the schema. But the download link only goes to downloads for Win7/8 (schema v.1), and I cannot find any reference to where I can obtain
the Windows 10 version.
For example,
this article specifically references a Windows 10 version, where
this one references Windows 7 and 8.  Finding the Windows 10 version has proven impossible so far.
We have several sites which need to be opened in IE instead of Edge, and using our old Enterprise Mode site list is not working on our Windows 10 clients.
Current site list example:
<rules version="4">
          <domain exclude="false">www.contoso.com</domain>

Reading about the
v.2 schema leads me to think that the output from the tool is incorrect.  The documentation suggests that the output for Windows 10 should be:

<site-list version="205">
  <site url="www.contoso.com">

Or am I missing something here?

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I have received 2 support links from Microsoft in my email but was only able to pin one to start.Where are instructions to pin a web page (not app) to start or taskbar in Windows 10, IE11

A:pin web site to start using IE11, in Win 10

Hi, Welcome to HP Support Forum. Hope the following article helps     http://winsupersite.com/windows-10/how-pinning-websites-windows-10-start-screen Please note: Both IE11 and Win 10 are products from Microsoft. Regards.

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hay all,

when open IE11 in win 10 Pro 32 bit ver.1511, it wont open all site

but when i open IE11 run as admin... then works prefect.

Chrome and mozilla works like a charm
i creating prefect image from dreams for my company but IE11 is pain in the ass

A:IE11 does not want to start all web site

Go to Control panel, Programs, click "turn windows features on or off", untick IE11, reboot and enable it again( tick IE11).

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Hi all, hopefully someone can help me out with a slight problem and I am posting the correct forum!

Ok we have Windows 7 laptops runing IE8, all controlled with Group Policy and a Site to Zone Assignment list to control IE traffic. We also use SharePoint, and all SharePoint entries are in the S2Z list as Intranet Sites (1) and we have external access from any outside connection to these sites, so you can log on to your home PC and access https://++++++++.++++++++++.org and then sign in with your AD credentials.

The issue is that any of our company Win7 laptops try to access this URL with IE8 while on an external network they get page cannot be displayed, and any other Browser or non work laptop it works OK. Seems obvious as the GP that was last applied to the laptop set this URL as 1 (intranet Site) and when trying to load off the LAN it is 3 (internet Site).

I have been advised that as the FQDN for the URL is being applied by GP, it should still pick this up when off line and recognize as a safe site and load ? is this true? Any help please?

A:Site to Zone

While I am not positive, I'm fairly sure you are correct.

GP is pushing the internal site name to the corporate win7 PCs and when these laptops are outside they probably need to manually add the site as it is supposed to be "from the outside"

You should be able to add the outside address to AD and it will propagate out the next time these machines connect.

Obviously test this on your laptop first.

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I want to know if it's possible to get the task scheduler to run when an app runs. So far I haven't found a way to do it.

Although I'd like to know how to do this anyway the pressing concern is that one of my apps is changing the time zone everytime I run it.

I have a powershell script which checks that my time zone is correct and if not resets it. But the trigger is the problem. I don't know how to get the trigger to recognise this change and would like some advise as to how I can detect the change (what event am I looking for?)

Alternatively as mentioned above how can I detect the application running and change it. The event 'application' doesn't seem to do it and has only a select bunch of choices non of which seem appropriate.

Maybe what I am trying to do is not possible?

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unable to connect to one particular website using Windows 8.1 with IE11 or Google Chrome.
Always get message...."This page can't bedisplayed", then when I check box to fix connection problem
a dialog box displays message, "The remotedevice or resource won't accept the connection...
xxx(web site) is not set up to acceptconnections on port 'The World Wide Web Service HTTP'."

Please note there are no problems using IE11or Google Chrome in connecting to any other site(s) or exploring the internet. I do not have any 3rd party antivirus or malware protection.
Have tried many different suggestion found in searching the web but no luck yet.

Any Ideas?

A:unable to connect to one particular web site ...IE11

There's a site that can tell you if its just you or a larger problem for that site;
Down For Everyone Or Just Me -> Check if your website is down or up?

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I can get to (http://www.bhphotovideo.com) but clicking on any link freezes IE11 and MS Edge. Problem is with this site only. Can I assume it's this website? Any ideas?

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I have been facing this problem for a long time.
In Win7, I leave IE11 (version 11.0.17) open and after some hours the page disappears and a message is shown:
"We were unable to return you to <site name>.
Internet Explorer has stopped trying to restore this website. It appears that the website continues to have a problem."
I already know this:
This problem occurs because of an issue with Java Version 6 Update 22 and Java Version 6 Update 23 that was exposed by recent changes in the Internet Explorer 9 rendering engine.
But the problem is I uninstalled Java a long time ago!
What can I do?
(I don't want to reset IE settings)
(I don't want to disable the addons one by one until I find the culprit)

A:IE11: "We were unable to return you to <site name>"

Try installing the latest version of Java to fix the bug, then uninstall it if unneeded.
edit: but as the rendering engine on ie 11 and ie 9 are different this may be a completely unrelated issue

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I been trying to find out how I can save cookies from a site IN IE11 .I need to keep them cookies but like to remove the rest. How do I this. I tried some online searches I just get confused.

A:How do I save cookies from a site with IE11?

Take a look here at how to manage cookies in IE 11http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/internet-explorer/delete-manage-cookies#ie=ie-11

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I have tried many java scripts but its not working.
DeployJava I don't want to use since it creates one dummy applet on Page that does not looks good.
Can any one suggest any script.

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Hi ! just wondering if someone could help, clarify.
Within e-mail - tools- options - security-security zones- WHICH ONE should be checked
The less secure does say more functional !!

So if you check the more secure option, what changes or becomes less functional !! ??

Your views & comments are appreciated !!


A:Restricted Site Zone ???

Hi again, Joe!

Since no one else is running with this Q, I thought I'd put my two cents' worth in.

The Restricted Sites Zone in Outlook Express limits what ActiveX controls and scripting languages can do in an HTML-formatted message. This makes you safer, as it keeps the lid at least a little tighter on the danger you're exposed to from malicious email.

There is almost no reason for a legitimate message to come to you bearing ActiveX controls OR scripting that you can't live without. Most of those "extras" (from legit sources) would be designed to either track you opening the message, or serve you up more ads. You don't need either one.

I leave my option set to Restricted, and have never had a problem opening a message. In fact, I wish Outlook Express had a setting where I could limit things even more by preventing an HTML-formatted message from accessing the net, period.

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Hi ! just wondering if someone could help, clarify.
Within e-mail - tools- options - security-security zones- WHICH ONE should be checked
The less secure does say more functional !!

So if you check the more secure option, what changes or becomes less functional !! ??

Your views & comments are appreciated !!


A:Restricted Site Zone ???

go for least secure zone and install a firewall - that way you can surf where you like with safety but without restriction

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Hi there
WHY MS do you have to make Enable protected mode an all or nothing setting

I have a Media server that needs to open but this fails unless I turn OFF enable protected mode
All I need is for this site (local host at to be an exception.

Anybody know if this is possible to do. (IE11 in Windows 8.1)

The program is actually Logitech Media server -- works fine normally until IE11 had this thing about Protected mode.

Before I found the trick I did all sorts of things like disabling IPV6 (registry entry needed) etc to no avail --kept getting couldn't access the site !!! (localhost !!!!).

If you really need to disable ipv6 in Windows 8 / 8.1 then do it this way

Techunboxed: How to Disable IPv6 in Windows 8

I've reset the system back to enabling ipv6 as well and switching off compatibility view for that site.


A:IE11 and Enable Protected mode I need OFF for 1 Site

Have you tried the Trusted Sites zone for this? Enable Protected Mode can be independently set for each of the 4 zones.

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Hi all
we have set a EDGE und IE11 GPO for Entersprise Site but it don't work?
have anybody experience with edge and IE11?
XML ????
<rules version="4">
    <domain docMode="edge">abc</domain>
    <domain docMode="11">xyz</domain>
    <domain docMode="11">xyz</domain>

must set both? IE11 and EDGE


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So, we're attempting to use the Site to Zone Assignment List, but are running into the following error when Group Policy is updated:

Windows failed to apply the Internet Explorer Zonemapping settings.

Here are the only patterns we're currently using within our S2Z list...


Does anyone know if any of these four patterns would be causing the issue?


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There is a web site that accesses my email from work (MS Exchange) and it only opens when Zone Alarm Pro is disabled. I am trying to find a way to allow that site while ZA is open. I have tried various things like no blocks on the internet filter, and other stuff. Does anyone know how to do that with a specific site? ZA help was no help.


A:How do I unblock Zone Alarm Site?

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My IE11 is somehow hijacked by Yandex
Here's the symptoms:
1. I type in "https://mail.google.com/" and get re-directed to https://www.google.com/intl/uk/mail/help/about.html
2. When I to a internet-advance-reset' and check delete personal settings my browser sets yandex.ru as the default browser.
I have tried Malwarebytes and other malware programs with no success.  There are all kinds of sites suggesting different fixes that do not work, and that led me here.
This isn't the end of the world, but very irritating.  At this point, I'm more interested in finding out what the issues is than anything else.
Thanks in advance for the suggestions.
Attached are some logs.

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First post to technet, please forgive me if there may be some forum etiquette that I need to be aware of and have not followed in this post.
A bit of background to this topic, our client works predominantly inside a Windows Server 2012 R2 RDS environment that is managed by us as their support company. They use IE 11 version 11.0.9600.18817 (update version 11.0.47).
They have recently tasked us with trying to make the site https://www.360siteview.com accessible within their RDS environment using IE. Currently the site loads to a gray/black coloured page and nothing further happens. The site itself uses flash for most
of its functionality as far as I can see, and even in the problematic environment you can see a flash object has loaded in the background somewhat as you can see flash options in the right-click context menu of that page.
I have tried to replicate this problem in a fresh Server 2012 R2 VM with very little changes bar the Desktop Experience features to enable flash player on IE. I tried to access the site and had no issue doing so, all features of the page loaded and displayed
a sign in form. I then updated the IE11 browser to the same version as the client currently uses and was still unable to replicate the problem they encounter. The next step was to replicate IE options from their browser to the one inside the test VM and once
done I was still unable to replicate the issue they see.
At this point I have tried to get in touch with the company that... Read more

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