Issues with IE on VMware Fusion

Posted on 2007-10-16
Last Modified: 2013-12-08
I have a MacBook Pro running OS X Tiger. I installed VMware Fusion 1.0 and Windows XP Pro SP2 with latest updates. Everything looks and runs great with the exception of IE. When I browse to an Active X intense page, internet explorer closes without error or log. I have added the sites to my Trusted Sites and reset the security settings to low - no change. I have used IE6 and 7 with the same result. The same pages work fine from any other XP machine so it must be something about the VM session. Any thoughts on this? Anyone else experiencing this problem? Thanks
Question by:outsourcit
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    I have not come across this issue but I would recommend upgrading to the Beta of Fusion 1.1.

    I have recently upgraded to the Fusion 1.1 beta and am very pleased with the update - especially in stability issues like this. It improves the graphics performance out of sight!

    It does sound like a fusion VM issue.

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    That did the trick. I have visited all the usual suspects without a problem. Thanks for the quick response!

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