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    IE 9 not working properly

    Can someone help please?

    Why is it that more often than not when i use IE9 I get this message. I tried to update Java but all in vain (

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    Thanks in advance,
    agiles

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    Quote Originally Posted by agiles View Post
    Can someone help please?

    Why is it that more often than not when i use IE9 I get this message. I tried to update Java but all in vain (

    IE 9.jpg

    Thanks in advance,
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    Does this happen when you run it without addons? (there should be a second shortcut to do that)

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    I never add the add ons. which addons do i have to enable?
    thanks for your reply
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    We've had the same problem. I tracked the problem down to the Adobe Reader XI add ins for IE. Disabling them stops the error message appearing whenever you close a tab in IE9.

    However,this then stops any links in PDF docs from opening a webpage,so users then need to copy&paste them. I haven't solved this yet.

    Always a good idea to disable all add ons and re-enable one by one and see if it cures it. I am having problems pushing this out via GPO to all our machines though, any help with which policy to edit would be appreciated.

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    Install IE10, may fix the problem.

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    Thought I would share, we had something similar with IE9. I disabled the add-ons of Adobe reader and the problem went away, here was my soultion:

    I then redployed Adobe Reader XI using the adobe reader customisation kit, there is a option to enable PDF's to open in browser. There is a option to get it the PDF to always open in browser this worked for me, worth a try: Adobe - Acrobat : For Windows : Adobe Customization Wizard XI.



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