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Kudos0

When will Norton's Vulnerability Protection add-in for Internet Explorer be compatible with Internet Explorer's Enhanced Protection Mode?

When will Norton's Vulnerability Protection add-in for Internet Explorer be compatible with Internet Explorer's Enhanced Protection Mode?

Please don't provide me with the solution of a workaround (by disabling Internet Explorer's Enhanced Protection Mode), instead provide us with a version of Norton's Vulnerability Protection add-in for Internet Explorer that is compatible with Internet Explorer's Enhanced Protection Mode!

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Kudos0

Re: When will Norton's Vulnerability Protection add-in for Internet Explorer be compatible with Internet Explorer's Enhanced Protection Mode?

You posted to the Norton Security Forum.  So, for Norton Security there is no NVP add-on.  NVP is direct injected.  No add-on needed.
So, no need for a work around.
For Norton legacy products eg: NIS/N360  ~  NVP is disabled by default.  NVP add-on was removed in favor of direct injection into the browser.  The add-on you see is a remnant hold over from when NVP required an add-on.    In Norton Security the add-on was removed so there is simply no NVP add-on. 
So, no need for a work around.

Kudos0

Re: When will Norton's Vulnerability Protection add-in for Internet Explorer be compatible with Internet Explorer's Enhanced Protection Mode?

Works fine here.

Screenshot of "Enhanced Protected Mode/Enable 64-bit Processes for Enhanced Protected Mode" with Norton Toolbar and Identity Protection enabled in IE11;

I bet if Symantec removed Norton Vulnerability Protection add-on from NIS and N360 it'd work there too.

Windows 10 Pro 64-bit / Norton Security v.22.18.x
Kudos0

Re: When will Norton's Vulnerability Protection add-in for Internet Explorer be compatible with Internet Explorer's Enhanced Protection Mode?

*Note - When using Enhanced Protected Mode it affects the way YouTube's HTML5 video player works. Enhanced Protected Mode removes "Default View" for some reason and automatically chooses Theater Mode. So you end up with Theater Mode as your default view and full screen as a second choice.

I'm not sure what happens if you use YouTube's Flash video player with Enhanced Protected Mode. It may work correctly.

Windows 10 Pro 64-bit / Norton Security v.22.18.x

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