I just resolved a really strange issue with the way my application loads in Internet Explorer 11 when compatibility mode is not on. It was pointed out by a user and causes behavior such as a "cryptic" string being appended to our site url's and some pages not loading but instead giving a "bad request (invalid url)" error.
Could anyone explain to me what is going on here? And better yet,how to fix it so the site loads correctly in IE 11 w/o compatibility turned on. As a side note, our site uses Telerik Controls. Not sure if the two are related at all but when compatibility is off many of the controls won't load.
I've heard that there are issues with IE11 in that .net doesn't recognise the browser version I think. I haven't had to fix it myself, I just heard from a colleague. I suggest google the issue as it looks
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