IE 10 - ActiveX Add-On, Java Script - by Shakeel Aslam

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ID 801799 Comments
Status Closed Workarounds
Type Bug Repros 0
Opened 9/20/2013 8:32:16 PM
Access Restriction Public


I have been using IE 8 to connect to VPN for one of our Client... When you first time go to the URL to Connect to VPN it Installs the Microsoft Forefront UAF Client Components and it works perfectly fine on IE 8... I have recently installed Windows 8 and for unknown reasons when I go to the same VPN site it doesn't Install the Microsoft Forefront Client Components even though I have Enabled all ActiveX and Java related options.
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Posted by Microsoft on 2/3/2014 at 10:37 AM
Hello Shakeel Aslam,
                We wanted to follow up on this issue. We have added the website to our compatibility view list and the issue should now be resolved. At this time we will go ahead and close out this feedback as resolved\fixed. If you are still able to reproduce the issue, can you please reopen this bug.
Best regards,
The Internet Explorer Team
Posted by Shakeel Aslam on 10/18/2013 at 11:08 PM
Thank you for the feedback. To help us better understand the issue you are seeing will you please answer the following questions.

Yes I am visiting a website.
Well I am running IE Version 10... Please see the attached screenshot. Here is the URL
I have tested with the “Protected Mode Disabled” and tried that Emulation options as well but still the same issue.
Posted by Microsoft on 10/17/2013 at 2:01 PM
Hello Shakeel,

Thank you for the feedback. To help us better understand the issue you are seeing will you please answer the following questions.

1)    Are you visiting a website\webpage when you do not see the prompt to install the Microsoft Forefront client?
If you had a screenshot or a URL we could access it would speed up our investigation of the issue.
2)    Which version of IE 11 are you running?
Can you please attach a screen shot of IE version and build number listed in the Help|About dialogue?
3)    When visiting a webpage that should install the VPN software can you open the F12 developer tools and under Emulation change the Document mode to IE 8 or 9. Does this allow the control to install?
4)    Internet Explorer 11 ships with Enhanced Protected Mode enabled on the desktop browser. If you disable Enhanced Protected Mode (found under Internet Options-> Advanced->Security) and then load the webpage are you now able to install\run the VPN software?

Best regards,
The Internet Explorer Team