From what I can tell, KB2977629 came along and broke it again last week. I've been able to roll it back and restore the functionality for those that need it.. Luckily most my users don't have access to the forensic search abilities, but this is a real pain for the handful that do. I'm not comfortable rolling back critical security updates for IE but I've tried several settings with no luck.
Also, I've never had any luck with VSOM in a VM. I've tried VirtualBox and HyperV but I always have trouble with the video capabilities. I use a Win8x64 box and VSOM wont install at all, so I've just resorted to remoting into a spare Win7 box for management and viewing and, up until these most recent updates, IE11 has been working fine. We're supposed to move to VSOM7 soon and I hope it works better.
Yeah, if they use those controls on the DVR, you'll want to hold back the IE Rollup Hotfixes. Not an optimal solution.
I've also found a workaround. You can use the sliders instead of the date picker to navigate the DVR system. It's not as precise as the date picker, but it doesn't crash IE and you can keep it patched!
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We have configured the outside and inside Interface with official ipv6 adresses, set a default route on outside Interface to our router, we also have definied a rule , which also gets hits, to permit tcp from inside Interface to any6.
In Syslog I also se...