Microsoft Internet Explorer setup

Before you run the web client in Microsoft Internet Explorer, you have to configure its settings. On the Tools menu, click Internet options and edit the settings as follows:

  • Allow JavaScript:
  • On the Security tab, click the zone where the website is located and then click Custom level.
  • In the Scripting section, for Active scripting, select Enable.
  • Allow pop-up windows:
  • On the Privacy tab, clear the Block pop-ups check box or select the Turn on Pop-up Blocker check box (depending on the Internet Explorer version).
Allow cookies:
  • On the Privacy tab, select the privacy level Medium High or lower.

If you want to use add-ins, edit the settings as follows:

  • On the Security tab, click Custom level.
  • Select Enable for the following parameters:
  • Automatic prompting for ActiveX controls
  • Download signed ActiveX controls
  • Run ActiveX controls and plug-ins
  • Script ActiveX controls marked safe for scripting

When an auxiliary window is opened, its keyboard layout is taken from the operating system settings. If you need a different input language, it is recommended that you specify the input language in the browser settings.

To specify the default input language:

  1. In the operating system settings, open Regional and Languages Options.
  2. On the Languages tab, in the Text services and input languages section, click Details.
  3. In the window that is opened, on the Settings tab, in the Default input language section, select a language.
  4. Click OK.

Note. To view this instruction in the browser, on the main menu, point to Help and click Web browser setup instructions.

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