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:
- 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:
- In the operating system settings, open Regional and Languages Options.
- On the Languages tab, in the Text services and input languages section, click Details.
- In the window that is opened, on the Settings tab, in the Default input language section, select a language.
- Click OK.
Note. To view this instruction in the browser, on the main menu, point to Help and click Web browser setup instructions.