A web application doesn’t work correctly for a user, and from the description of the issue I think it might have to do with security settings. The application works fine for me.
How do I see what settings I have that the user doesn’t?
The steps I generally use are below:
- Download the utility: visit the IEZoneAnalyzer 3.5 page, or use this direct download link (from the page).
- Unzip the utility: It is a standalone .exe file; no installation necessary.
- Run the utility. It will analyze some things as it starts up.
- From the
Export Local Settings...and save under the filename of your choosing.
- I usually then repeat this process on my machine so I have a snapshot to compare it to.
- From the
Import saved Settings...and select the file with the snapshot. Repeat this for the user’s snapshot and your own. Pro Tip: You can use
CTRL+Clickto select multiple files to import.
- Under the
View / Compare Entire Collections of Settingssection, select your settings and click the
Add Set to Comparison Listbutton. Repeat the process for the user’s settings.
- Click the
At this point, the program will pop up a window with all the different zone settings, and any differences will be highlighted in yellow. You can export to CSV or Excel at this point.
And that’s it! Thank you to Aaron for providing such an excellent utility.
- Aaron Margosis' Non-Admin, App-Compat and Sysinternals WebLog [MSDN Blogs]
- IEZoneAnalyzer v3.5 with Zone Map Viewer [Microsoft's USGCB Tech Blog]