Using Internet Explorer on a server is indeed a severe security risk. But, when I log in to production server and do the same, I get message: Content from the website listed below is being blocked by the Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration. Both servers are Windows Server 2008 R2 with Service Pack 1. This means, once you have visited a site and accepted its content as okay, you will not be bugged by the code blocker on your subsequent visits to that site. The code must be written and signed by a trusted software developer in order to run. Hope this gives you somewhere to start. Links A link section is also in the works, which will provide you with links to many web sites with information on utilizing and promoting your web site.
That said, there are better browsers available at no cost that actually strive to comply with the Web standards that the world outside of Microsoft is working hard to achieve. For this to take effect you will need to restart Internet Explorer 10 Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration in Server 2012 is now disabled. This allows a fair degree of security, but cautions are recommended. ActiveX Controls ActiveX is a Microsoft product that allows code to be run on your computer. Do you really need a web browser on a server? You are so correct Stephen.
So I add it to the Intranet zone. Content from the website listed below is being blocked by the Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration Yes, if you work with the zone feature in Internet Explorer, you can at least work with Internet Explorer to access corporate websites. In the Trusted sites dialog box, click Add to move the site to the list, and then click Close. I was trying to update my Java 8 to current version on a machine with Windows Server 2008R2, as my browser prompts that it's outdated. Regards The referenced article is not helpful I was pretty sure it was not enhanced security. I created a new website for it, and placed the web app in this site.
This is, potentially a very dangerous proposition. You are sure you need the browser on your server? Server is Windows Server 2008 R2 with Service Pack 1. In most cases such security restrictions are really helpful. When I check it says that it is already off. Please follow the steps in the link below to troubleshoot. Once you are in Internet Options select security then Trusted Sites. On the File menu, click Add this site to, and then click Trusted Sites Zone.