2 Replies Latest reply on Mar 22, 2018 5:38 AM by pziecina

    IE 11 - scripts or activeX


      Dear All


      I created a internal website for out team with muse. Sadly standard browser is internet explorer.


      When I want to open the site i get this message: "internet explorer has restricted this webpage from running scripts or activeX controls"


      Is there any possibility to solve that problem?

      I already Implemented the following Metadata: <meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=11" />

      But that didn't solve the problem.


      Can anyone help?


      And is it possible to choose the browser via code?


      Thanks for helping.


      KR Annika

        • 1. Re: IE 11 - scripts or activeX
          ankushr40215001 Level 7

          Hey Annika,


          It's a warning, not an error - it's Microsoft trying to protect your computer from local HTML files.


          Your client should not see the message if the site is on a web server.

          If they do, it tells that the server is a file server or a different configuration.


          You may add the below note when hen distributing the site link so the viewer can disable the warning.

          Go to Internet Options > Advanced Tab and scroll down to security.

          Tick Allow Active Content to run in files on My Computer.


          Hope this helps!





          • 2. Re: IE 11 - scripts or activeX
            pziecina Level 7

            To add to the reply by Ankush.


            It is o/k to use javascript in IE11 but on no account should you have anything that requires active-x. The reason for this is because by the end of 2020 Microsoft will remove the ability completely from IE11 to run active-x.


            Along with any flash content.

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