.NET control does not load in Internet Explorer in Internet Zone
With Internet Explorer 8 and later versions, it is no longer possible to load .NET controls in Internet zone under the default(medium-high) security setting.
Original product version: Internet Explorer 8 and later versions
Original KB number: 2403106
In Internet Explorer 8 and later versions, we have added a new UI-less URLAction (0x2005) that we check before loading the .NET MIME Filter, mscorie.dll, for content from the Internet zone. By default it is set to DISABLE in Medium-High or High templates that are the default security templates used by Internet Zone and Restricted Sites Zone respectively. This
URLAction is enabled by default in the other security zones.
This change prevents the loading of mscorie.dll for a .NET control on a page, if that control's URL has a DISABLED policy for the new 0x2005
URLAction cannot be configured via the Internet options control panel.
Mscorie.dll contains a Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions (MIME) Type Filter. This filter hooks into Internet Explorer and monitors all incoming data streams with the MIME type application/octet-stream. A primary role of this filter is to examine the incoming stream to see whether or not the stream is managed code. If the filter determines that the incoming data is a .NET Framework module, the filter loads a managed assembly named IEHost that then handles loading the .NET control.
If you want to allow loading .NET controls for any web site that is impacted by this change, you can add it to the trusted sites zone. The site that needs to be added is that of the control and not that of the page. Alternatively, you can set the above
URLAction to enable in the registry. This can compromise the security of your system.