what version of tls is enabled for the browser ?
there should be a way to have the browser report more detailed errors - have you tried that ?
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IE11 has the following enabled SSL 3.0, TLS 1.0. I will see if i can find out how to turn on more error reporting.
the only option for possibly getting more verbose info on any possible errors is turning off Show friendly HTTP error messages in IE under advance settings. I attempted to connect with this settings enabled and disabled with no more info provided on any errors.
do you get the cert warning from ie11 ?
No, it doesn't show and no warning is displayed.
So that seems like you aren’t even getting to the appserver ? if you enable the webservices debugging (look in the log4j.properties) on the instance does that give any more info?
i have a 2012r2 vm w/ IE 11 and i can connect to ws just fine.
Bill, so i guess that rules out my IE 11 support concern. Is there anything else that I can look at? I have two old windows 2008 that work and both new 2012 IE 11 do not? One think I noticed during the connection with the working server is that certi error. when viewing the cert it expired 2015 but everything still works. Could the cert having expired cause the failure for new connections only?
I found the case. Apparently it is related to several MS patches. It breaks TLS protocol. Once I uninstalled these patches i was able to make the connection. I hope this helps others who may be experiencing TLS issues.
KB3161608 --did not exist on Server (replaced by KB3172605 and KB3172614)
KB3172605 -Not found on server
KB3161608 breaks many products, including throwing bad TLS connections, memory leaks, SoftPhone failures, Cisco Finesse and GE PACS Universal Viewer crashes, and many others. For examples, see the