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Windows 7 Internet Explorer Enhanced protection Mode


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#1 darnalljason

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Posted 04 November 2014 - 07:44 AM

I am having an issue all of a sudden with my laptop running Internet Explorer 11 on windows 7 home premium

 

I have a couple security cameras and a ky state run website that I frequent that will no longer load

 

the 2 websites in questions

 

http://jason.myddns.com:9243/en/AViewer.html this is a sony snc-rz50n ip camera

 

the second is

 

http://kyfts.kctcs.edu/logon.html

 

they both give me a popup about enhanced protection mode if I trust this site click RUN I click run and it refreshes the page and brings the popup right back up in a loop,

 

I have read online and disabled this protected modem in internet options, I have added both sites to the trusted lists, I have also tried these sites in chrome and firefox.

 

the state site works in firefox but neither work in chrome

 

Any help as this is driving me crazy  ??



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#2 hamluis

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Posted 04 November 2014 - 03:34 PM

If one browser accesses freely...while another doesn't...I'd say that browser has a problem and either uninstall/reinstall or totally remove it for good.

 

Each of the sites you listed...try to install software onto my system when I navigate to each, using IE8/XP.

 

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Edited by hamluis, 04 November 2014 - 03:38 PM.





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