Our product runs exclusively in Internet Explore -- yes I know -- I know ... The problem is that when the code was written the html looks like this
<img src="images/image.gif" alt="KB4486563 broke Internet Explorer URLs" WIDTH="72" HEIGHT="24">
Does anyone know of a setting in IIS to allow this url to still work after this KB has been installed.
I know the work around is to change all the code to be correct with a forward slash.
I tried to add a registry setting to hoping that the problem was with: Adds top-level domain support to HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS) Preload for Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer 11. But that didn't help
document.getElementById(textboxID).src = "images/yes.png"
After changing the backslashes to forward-slashes like this:
document.getElementById(textboxID).src = "./images/yes.png"
everything was working fine again.
So try to change the backslash to a forwardslash to see if that fixes it.