@alphanumeric, you might want to test the IE Enterprise Mode:
(From What is Enterprise Mode?)Enterprise Mode, a compatibility mode that runs on Internet Explorer 11 on Windows 8.1 Update and Windows 7 devices, lets websites render using a modified browser configuration that’s designed to emulate Internet Explorer 8, avoiding the common compatibility problems associated with web apps written and tested on older versions of Internet Explorer.
The IE in 9879 is a new version; if you could connect to router admin panel in 9841 or 9860 this just might work. It uses the IE 8 rendering.
Here are the instructions to set up Enterprise Mode in IE: Turn on Enterprise Mode and use a site list
Here is the quote:
Some known problems:
As with the last build, you’re getting hot-off-the-presses code which means there are a few issues. We’ll be publishing WU updates shortly to fix the first two, but the remainder will not be fixed for 9879.
- In some cases you may get a black screen when trying to log-in or unlock. The only option is to hold the power button to hard reboot.
- You will be unable to connect to Distributed File System network locations.
- Some systems may see disk growth of 20GB+ due to driver install duplication. On systems with low disk space this can block setup and cause a rollback to the previous build.
- Skype calls will disconnect and Music will stop playing if those apps are minimized.
- There are several known issues with screen sharing with Lync.
Last edited by Indianatone; 14 Nov 2014 at 18:53.
That's strange I ran in to the same message closed it then clicked the link again then clicked more information and connect anyway was there.
I am still not understanding the difference in this latest TP between the Enterprise edition and the regular (Professional?).
Also, when installing the Enterprise edition, is it necessary to insert a serial number during installation?