Does it make a difference because the IE version I amusing is 9.
Will check your response sometime tomorrow because in a few minutes have to close down for the day
Your instructions completed but end result as previously.
H/ever have been playing about and something positive has occurred regarding DCOM which you indicated could be the source of my problem.
Have done the DCOMCNFG command once again and the default properties now indicate what you mentioned what you indicted previously.
The problem is that one image indicates the following:
''Your are about to modify machine wide dcom settings. This will effect all the applications on the machine. Some applications may not work correctly as a result. Update dcom settings?'' It then shows YES or NO.
The fact is I am not sure exactly wha to do - Should I say Yes bearing in mind the warning about some applications may not work correctly as a result.
Tried instructions mentioned (kb967897) and no difference
It appears as though I am flogging a dead horse where IE 9 is concerned.
Have come to the conclusion that my only alternative is forget using IE9 and stick to Mozilla Firefox.
As indicated when using Firefox, clicking URL links within email or not, no problems experienced.
Your response appreciated but regret to say that situation as before
What does happen when doing as instructed is at the top appears a blank tab section with IE icon but nothing takes place.
Hopefully my response is understood.
Prior to IE9 I was using IE8 and the same thing happened. It not only happens with links within emails when using IE but occasionally with any link which I click on. All that happens is blank tab with IE Icon
Can't help but mention once again that this does not occur when utilizing Mozilla Firefox browser.
They are all blanked out, it's a shame but it is the source of your problem unfortunately.
Try to log on as administrator and repeat the manipulation.
If the problem still exist, try this:
Go to Internet Options ->Security Tab ->Internet -> click on the "Custom Level" button then scroll down to the Miscellaneous section.
Bottom line - the Window.Open() function will not work if you don't specify at least the new window size or position in the function call.
Let me know!
If you don't know where you go, get back where you come.....
Try these steps one by one verifying if the problem still exist:
Step 1:Try changing the Homepage and check if it makes any difference.
Follow these steps:
a. Open Internet Explorer.
b. Click on Tools and then click on Internet Explorer.
c. Copy the URL of the website which you want to as the Homepage.
d. On the General tab, paste the URL into the Home page box at the top of the dialog.
e. Click OK.
Step 2: Try IE 9(Internet Explorer 9) in No Add-ons mode to see if it works correctly:
a. Click the Start button,
b. Click All Programs,
c. Click Accessories,
d. Click System Tools, and then click Internet Explorer (No Add-ons).
Step 3: Reset Internet Explorer settings.
a. Open Internet Explorer.
b. Click on tools and then click Internet Options.
c. Click the Advanced tab.
d. Under Reset Internet Explorer settings, click Reset. Then click Reset again.
e. When Internet Explorer finishes resetting the settings, click Close in the Reset Internet Explorer Settings dialog box.
f. Start Internet Explorer again.
1. Click on Tools, select Internet Options
2. Go to the Advanced tab, and tick Use software rendering instead of GPU rendering