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Dynamic PDF Does not display in IE in limited account

I have a website that all our people use that is and outside vendor.  They have dynamic pdf's on the website for reports.

In an admin account, the dynamic pdf's display fine.

Under a limited account, IE says "Internet Explorer could not display page".

If firefox is installed under the limited account, these reports pull up fine.

Has anyone came across this issue before?  I cannot seem to find anything about it.

We have a 2008 R2 domain controller pushing the gpo out for IE.  Admin accounts have the same settings as limited accounts.
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8/22/2022 - Mon
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It opens with no problem when not displayed in browser.

Any idea which setting it is causing this not to open inside of IE?  It is much better for us to push out an IE setting than have to touch every computer to disable that one check mark in adobe.
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