To launch IE using COM Object method, we can choose any of following approaches:
Using PowerShell: Open a PowerShell prompt and run the command
$ie=New-Object -ComObject "InternetExplorer.Application";$ie.Visible=1, this will open an Internet Explorer window with a blank page.
Save the following code
Set IE = WScript.CreateObject("InternetExplorer.Application") IE.Visible = True
Open a command prompt or PowerShell prompt, navigate to the folder where you saved
launch-ie.vbsand run the command
Using the Internet Properties diaglog
Win key + Ror right click on the Start Menu and choose Run to launch a Run dialog. Then run
inetcpl.cplto open Internet Properties.
Go to the Programs tab and click on the Manage add-ons button.
In the Manage Add-ons dialog, click on the link Learn more about toolbars and extensions in the lower left corner, this will launch an Internet Explorer window using the COM Object method.
IE Compatibility test
Test how DOCTYPE and X-UA-Compatible affect the final document mode selection in IE browser
Enterprise Mode Lab
An online version of Enterprise Mode Site List manager, you can configure and serve your Enterprise Mode site list for testing purpose.
NTLM Authentication test
The page simply returns 401 Unauthorized to any anonymous request and accepts any NTLM authentication.
The Kerberos test page just returns "WWW-Authenticate: Negotiate" header if the request does not contain an "Authorization" header and displays the "Authorization" if the request header has it.
A simple application to test login/logout on Azure AD and Graph API. It is a multitenant application that supports accounts in any organization directory and personal Microsoft accounts.
The upload lab allows you to upload any JPG/PNG to the server, the server simply returns the file stream to the browser and browser then displays the image you uplaoded.