Trouble Viewing Pages in Assemble when Using Internet Explorer

Firefox and Chrome are the recommended browsers for using Assemble. If you are using Internet Explorer to access Assemble within your local network, such as through an intranet, you may discover pages that do not display properly or links that do not work. Turning off Compatibility View may resolve this issue.

To disable Compatibility View

  1. Make sure the Menu bar is visible in Internet Explorer. If the Menu bar is not visible, right-click on the Toolbar, and select Menu bar.
  2. On the Tools menu, select Compatibility View Settings.
  3. Uncheck the Display intranet sites in Compatibility View box. If this box is already unchecked, continue to step 4, and then contact your system administrator about the issues you are having with the browser.
  4. Click Close.

If you continue to have issues with pages or links in Internet Explorer after adjusting this setting and you cannot use Firefox or Chrome, contact your system administrator. These issues might be related to network connectivity or network usage.

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