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Topic # 83558 18-May-2011 16:57
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Hi,

I've created a vanilla 2008 domain and vanilla SharePoint 2010 server (secured on the server, not via FTMG), but I'm having problems with IE. I've put the sharepoint site in the trusted list but still functional issue (e.g. cannot check out documents). I've installed Chrome and it functions fine, so I suspect it's the Out-of-the-box settings for either

a. IE or,
b. Group Policy

can anyone give me a guide on which direction I should persue? 

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  Reply # 470702 18-May-2011 18:39
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have you disabled the "enhanced security configuration" (IE ESC) for internet explorer? that stops javascript and all sorts of things from working in IE. Can configure from the front page of server manager




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  Reply # 470991 19-May-2011 10:58
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Sorry, didn't specify the client, which is Win7 (however, I will try this on server that I'm using as a workstation when I get home).

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 471422 20-May-2011 08:05
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That worked for Server 2008 R2, I'll investigate similar settings for Win 7.

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  Reply # 472035 21-May-2011 23:01
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windows 7 wont have those settings, but perhaps you have an A/V that is getting in the way? Running any McAfee?

Or are you starting IE in 64 bit mode instead of 32bit mode? Not sure if that could be a cause or not, havent tried it - but i know that the java engine differs between IE9-64 and IE9-32 and that the IE9-32 one has the newer engine and better performance.




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  Reply # 472396 22-May-2011 15:35
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Thanks, found it, "Enable Protected Mode" was on in Options --> Security settings

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