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ASPX compliant browser for Linux

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I am trying to access a site that is using IIS with .net and is really set up for MSIE.  I have tried to access the site with Konquerer, Opera, Mozilla and Mozilla Firefox.  All display the page, but the functionality is reduced so much that I can not complete the actions that I need to complete.  I have resorted to using VMWare simply to have MSIE.  Is there a browser that will provide this compatibility or can you run IE with WINE or something?
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It sounds like the site is using very IE specific JavaScript - which is a rarity these days. Getting the site owner to fix the site would probably be the best bet.

IE will run under WINE, but not easily nor well.
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