1 Reply Latest reply on Oct 6, 2014 9:57 PM by EsDood5793

    Shockwave Flash Object add on causes websites to freeze, asks to recover webpage


      Hi there

      I am experiencing issues with browsing websites with Shockwave Flash Object add-on for IE11 enabled.

      I have a Remote Desktop server (2008R2 sp1) with 50 users. When enabled, browsing to websites becomes almost impossible - the sites i browse lock up and a message appears saying the webpage needs to be recovered.

      I have found a work around - enabling ActiveX Filtering, however, it is annoying having to add pages to the exceptions list for ActiveX filtering each time I hit a page that requires activex controls.

      I have attempted to uninstall/reinstall Flash, upgrading to latest version, and even downgrading to previous versions, all without success.

      I have tried resetting IE settings, and gone to the extent of creating additional users to test, however, no matter what I have tried the issue is still present.

      Are there any other options I can try to help resolve this issue?


      Warm regards,