For starters, the same problem existed with most prior Chrome browsers. By the way, we're on CUCM 8.6 (version 184.108.40.20600-10) and Cisco won't even officially support it.
Luckily, the latest Chrome browser (version 32.0.1700.72 m) does have some support for the "hover menus" (menus do drop down and are selectable now but the black triangle gets replaced with some funky missing object). However, this also appears to be dependent on other OS and configuration factors for each end users - the user admin self help pages in CUCM 8.6 are extremely inconsistent in the field as far as which browser works and doesn't.
Furthermore, it is Microsoft's and Google's problem to make their products backwards-compatible. If they choose not to then we all suffer. Downgrading a browser should never be an acceptable solution, only a temporary workaround.
For completeness sake, firefox 27.0.1 is being used until we decide what to do about iexplorer 11. We hate to scrap the use of iexplorer because we pay so much for Microsoft support we would like our core products to run under our support agreements. The rest of the company may upgrade the browser except the support team is sporting a pre-tabs browser. Time to validate our Cisco support and see if we can encourage the continual improvement process.
I ran in to this issue during a rebuild of cucmbe 7 a few months ago. The Menus WILL work if you run the site in compatability mode within Internet Explorer. Had to do this for both ie 10 and 11 on my windows 8 system. Have not run in to any quirks or issues doing this.
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