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    Internet Explorer with Mojave?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Raz0rEdge View Post
    When certain websites/companies say they need IE, the user agent switch isn't sufficient since
    All true, but why make things complicated?
    Changing the User Agent to IE is by far the fastest and simplest option to try first.
    I found it worked for me in most cases where IE was required, but not all.
    If it works, great, if it doesn't then there are other options.

    I think it's now time to hear back from the OP.

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    Internet Explorer with Mojave?
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    krs, that was my thinking. No need to do the BootCamp, Parallels, VirtualBox, WINE approach right out of the chute. Try the easiest, if it works, the other options are still there. KISS principle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barrygou View Post
    Is there a version of Internet Explorer that will run on Mojave? IE is the only browser that my company's system will allow in to check my work schedule.
    You can run EDGE (Download Microsoft Edge Insider Channels) or outdated IE (Internet Explorer 5 | My Internet Explorer)

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    Internet Explorer with Mojave?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barrygou View Post
    Is there a version of Internet Explorer that will run on Mojave? IE is the only browser that my company's system will allow in to check my work schedule.
    No, but Microsoft has provided "Edge" as their next browser to replace IE. You can download a copy of Edge from here. Note: This is a preview but it is sponsored in the Apple App Store.

    Also... with Safari, if you implement the "Develop" menu, you can set up Safari to mimic IE. However, this does not always work as there are IE only sites that will reject it anyway.

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