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Start > Server Manager > Right side under Security Info “Configure IE ESC” > Turn Off for users + Administrators


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I have found the solution to this problem in another question's answer but thought it was worth keeping my question up as, for the exact problem above, this question is easier to find. The Microsoft Virtual Server 2005 R2 web admin page needs to be displayed in "Compatibility View" mode in IE8 Source: Accessing Virtual Server 2005 RC2 hosted machines ...


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It looks, to me, like you're falling victim to a "bug" in IE8, as was reported to Microsoft here and discussed in more detail here. I suspect that if you use the AdsUtil.vbs script to set the authentication on the affected directory to "NTLM" instead of the default "Negotiate,NTLM" and the problem will probably go away. You can verify if you're seeing this ...


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Internet Explorer will show a "friendly" error message instead of whatever it receives from the web server if what it receives is below 512 bytes. Increase the amount of data in the response (even if that means adding a big <!-- comment -->)


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Check to make sure your Trusted Sites zone allows 'Automatic login with current username and password'. Open IE, Tools -> Internet Options -> Security -> Trusted Sites. Click 'Sites' and make sure your SharePoint site url is in there. Click 'Custom Level', scroll to the bottom and ensure 'Automatic Logon with current user name and password' is selected.


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In the process of updating to IE8, is there any chance you were bitten by the loopback bug that's been frustrating so many of us? A relatively recent security update has been wreaking the sort of havoc you describe: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/896861 This isn't going to affect sites running on high ports (e.g., your Central Admin site's default zone), ...


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Please don't upgrade Internet Explorer 6. Look at this site: http://www.saveie6.com/ Jokes aside, Internet Explorer 8 works very well for me. I installed it on many computers and all the web applications still work without problems. Don't forget: there is always the IE7 compatibilty mode, if you have intranet applications which have problems with IE8.


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My form is 7 pages long but only prints 1 page in Internet Explorer. I resolved this issue by removing a style "position:absolute" from one of my DIV tags. I think this issue is related to absolute positioning of elements in your HTML page. After I made the change the page prints correctly. I hope this helps!


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The only information I've been able to find on this error is from Josh Poley's MSDN blog. 1190 0x800704A6 A system shutdown has already been scheduled. ERROR_SHUTDOWN_IS_SCHEDULED However, the message implies that you get this when trying to schedule a shutdown. The only thing I can think of is that an installation/Windows update is waiting for a ...


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Offical Windows 7 (and 2008 R2) installation media from Microsoft has IE8, IE9 needs to be installed after the initial setup. If you are using customized setup images from your OEM, they can (and often will) include additional updates, including IE9; so you'll have to ask their support. But if you use a standard Windows setup media from Microsoft, even one ...


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First some background.. Your web server is determining that the file is a valid ZIP archive by using some MIME magic. So it delivers the HTTP response with the following header: Content-Type: application/zip When IE8 receives the file it has already been told that it is a ZIP. Then, when in it's default security setting of "Open files based on content, ...


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Router/Modem software can be buggy. Have you: restarted the router, cleaned the IE cache and retryed logging?


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What vendor is the SSL certificate from? I'm going to assume that it could be from a lesser known vendor that doesn't have a trusted root certificate bundled in IE8, or the machine with IE8 doesn't have the latest root certificate updates. Honestly though, this is just a guess. You haven't provided near enough information for a definitive answer. Edit: ...


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You should be able to uninstall IE9 and have the system revert to IE8.


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IE8 is not supported for webadmin access - it's javascript render engine is too slow to be useful. Use a newer browser or Firefox from Linux the spice console client is an activeX control, you might need to add the webadmin to the trusted sites and enable activeX (some IE updates block it) sometimes windows refuses to just run a new activeX, especially, one ...


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When you set it in the HKEY_CURRENT_USER hive, the setting will only apply in the current user's context (eg. Trusted Installer). Set it for the entire machine, by setting the corresponding key in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE: [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings\Zones\3] "1601"=dword:00000000 To force all users to read ...


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I haven't had the problem but I remember that Ed Bott did some investigation and has specific recommendations on "slow to start" ie8. Here's the link: Ed Bott and slow IE8


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I've been running IE7 and IE8 since their early betas (which weren't very stable), and I can assure you that as long as your internal web apps work fine under IE7 then you will have no problems with IE8. Also, as a web developer, anything that you can do to upgrade from IE6 would be a tremendous help.


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Wilka, The Microsoft Virtual Server 2005 R2 web admin page needs to be displayed in "Compatibility View" mode in IE8. None of the drop down selectors were working for me until I added the site into this view mode i.e. Known Image Files drop down in CD / Media capture window wasn't selecting my choices. I haven't experienced the erratic mouse behaviour with ...


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It's about time your guys found, installed, and used ShellRunAs from Microsoft Sysinternals. All they would then need to do is right-click on Windows Explorer, and choose Run as different user


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If you're running a WSUS update server you can pick and choose what updates are allowed to go out to your clients. I have to okay what groups get what updates within my WSUS server...supposedly the clients don't see those updates that I discard.


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Make sure you have SharePoint 2007 SP2 installed, that is the only version that supports IE8.


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In either a GPO that applies to the users of the Terminal Server computer, or in the computer's local group policy, set the setting: Prevent performance of First Run Customize settings - Enabled (BTW: You'll only see this GPO setting available on machines that have already had IE8 installed such that they have the IE8 group policy ADM templates intsalled.)


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I think IE ESC is enabled. To disable: Start -> Server Manager Select "Server Manager" in the left pane (tree) Under unit, "Security Information", in that box, click "Configure IE ESC" Select "Off" for both Users and Administrators Click ok!


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Most browsers don't download the image until you first put your mouse over it and the javascript flips it. I suspect the other browsers cached the image, which is why they are fast, and IE8 maybe reloading it each time. A 500KB image is pretty large for an image on a website, particularly one that is temporarily for something like a mouseover. I suggest ...


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For the archives (since an answer has already been accepted.) IE Slow Down. With IE8's RTW release, users of the popular anti-spyware tool SpybotSD started having serious problems with IE's speed (from working as normal in the Beta and RC stages) to taking X minutes for startup and creating new tabs. A problem was identified/highlighted by Safer ...


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I believe there is a GPO template available from Microsoft for this. Here is a listing of all the GPO settings available for IE8, they do list some entries for disabling Autocomplete under Windows Components\Internet Explorer\Internet Settings\AutoComplete I can't see any settings listed for just passwords though ...


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Make sure IE8 Intranet mode is turned on. In addition I would check to see if "Enable Integrated Windows Authentication" is turned on under the advanced tab. If you are able, I would also take a look at using Fiddler to verify what is being sent across the wire to the SharePoint site.


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In order to prevent your IE8 policy operating on computers that already have IE8, you need some way of scoping your policy so that such a population is outside of the scope of your policy. You can do this by Scoping the policy to a group which you are adding only objects without IE8 Use a WMI filter in the policy which checks for an entry that only IE8 ...



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