it has shockwave embedded in IE 11 im trying same i was told u could disable it and install a flash player 11
go to internet e settting down mange ad ons disable shockwave and install whatever flash player is up to date good luck
I can disable it, but it doesn't help. The Adobe page still knows I have
it installed and thinks I'm having a problem with it.
Ok one more thing when u go I manage add ons to disable lower left it says show all disable all of them 32 bit as well try that I saw like 6-7 of then in mine
Whether I select "show all", or not, it only shows one Flash item. The architecture column says "32-bit and 64-bit".
I have the EXACT same problem!! So frustrated! I have tried everything I could find or think of. Nothing is working
i have the same issue too. so annoying. wasting so much of my life spending hours trying to solve issues like this. Why why why!!!!! argh
same issue (Server 2012 x64 and Server 2012 R2 x64). I have had *some* success by setting this
- Settings>Internet Options>Security>Internet Zone and Local Internet Zone, click custom level> Active X Controls and Plugins> Script ActiveX controls marked safe for scripting: enable
- Settings>Internet Options>Security>Internet Zone and Local Internet Zone, click custom level> Scripting> Active Scripting: enable
But in many cases I still have lots of problems. I find the whole thing bizarre and extremely frustrating. Is it integrated into IE or not and why the hell doesn't it work out of the box? None of the troubleshooting steps from Adobe's site work.
If I go to this page from one particular problem machine:
helpx.adobe.com/flash-player/kb/flash-player-issues-windows-8.html and I enable all active X controls and plugins in the internet zone security settings (ignoring the warnings about it being unsecure), the test flash button displays the movie of a tree with leaves popping up, so it *works*, however if I then load the helpx.adobe.com/flash-player/kb/find-version-flash-player.html (one of Adobe's 17 other test flash pages) all I get is a blank box in the "can you see movie below". And If I try to access other sites that require flash I get nothing. So WTF!!!!!!??!
It took me 2 seconds to install it with Firefox and it works great, so its obviously a IE setting but my god. And it still doesn't solve my problem as I'd like to use IE.
I set up an 8.1 test machine last week and I saw this same message.
HOWEVER... enabling Compatibility View in IE 11 (http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/internet-explorer/use-compatibility-view#ie=ie-11) completely resolved it.