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MS Internet Explorer 6.0.2900 SP2 on Windows XP

Hello together,

I have problems with MS Internet Explorer 6.0.2900 SP2 on Windows XP to show the navigation bar of EP on the left side. Is that a known problem with the release of IE?

I tried also to add the address to the trustable sides - without result.

With Mozilla Firefox 1.0.3 I have also problems with the navigation on the left. The menue will be displayed, but the hyperlinks doesn't work.

Thanks for your answer.

Thomas

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    Posted on May 06, 2005 at 02:14 PM

    Of course the EP host needs to be added to the trusted sites in EP. I believe there are some security patches delivered between 6.0.28xx and 6.0.29xx that cause problems. These are typically related to javascript settings/restrictions.

    As for the Firefox problem - which menue causes problems? What is the link - a full URL or a javascript? I don't have same problem though there are still some quirks with right-click actions in the administration areas.

    Nick

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    Posted on Jun 23, 2005 at 05:10 PM

    Hi:

    If you have Xp with SP2, please follow the next steps:

    Go to IE menu and select Tools-Internet Options, select the TAB Privacy, go to Button Sites, and type your domain, for example if your acces to the portal is portal.enterprise.com , type enterprise.com and select the button ALLOW.......

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