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Prevent compatibility for a single intranet site while forcing for all others?

Posted on 2014-03-28
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We have a very large number of intranet sites and it goes daily. By default it was decided to force intranet sites to use compatibility mode in internet explorer. I can't at this time convince them to do otherwise. However oddly every once in a while there is an intranet site that actually breaks when in computability mode.

Is there a way to force intranet sites to use this mode by default while also preventing certain list of sites to not use compatibility mode?
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There is no automated way to do this right now.
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Is there a manual way?
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Open up developer tools and change the mode every time a site is visited. Very very manual.
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