The network administrator sometimes turns on the IE11 Enterprise Mode for all their network users in order to make their legacy internet/intranet application workable in Internet Explorer 11 through the centralized site list. In such situations, the Syncfusion Dashboard Viewer does not render properly. So, the user has to exclude the Dashboard Viewer hosted site from applying the IE11 Enterprise Mode. This article provides detailed steps to turn on/off the in Internet Explorer 11, and exclude/include a particular site by using centralized site list or locally through Internet Explorer Tools -> Enterprise Mode menu.
A. Turning on the Enterprise Mode by using the “Local Group Policy Editor” Window:
Figure 1 - Turning on Enterprise Mode using Local Group Policy Editor
B. Create a centralized site list by using the “Enterprise Mode Site List Manager” Tool:
Select Default Mode to exclude a site from applying Enterprise Mode
Figure 2 - Adding site list using Enterprise Mode Site List Manager
Figure 3 - Saving site list to XML
All the managed devices must have access to this centralized machine in order to utilize the Enterprise Mode site list
C. Adding site list by using the “Local Group Policy Editor” Window:
Figure 4 - Adding site list XML file through Local Group Policy Editor
After applying these changes, users cannot turn on/off the Enterprise Mode to the site added in the exclusion/inclusion list. In the Internet Explorer, the Enterprise Mode menu in the Tools is disabled for the excluded/included sites (Refer to the following screenshot).
Figure 5 - Appearance of “Enterprise Mode” menu item after included/exculded corresponding site
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