As soon as I'm on the page where to select the logon provider, I can click on the icons but nothing happens.
With Firefox everything is fine.
What can I do?
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I was able to resolve this on my computer by running IE10 'as administrator'.
The site menus now works again as they used to.
As best as I can tell, the initial error, 'SCRIPT5: Access is denied. full.js, line 109 character 477', appears to have been an issue accessing the local storage. This has gone away since running IE 'as administrator'.
I recently had a client that had migrated from IE8 to IE10 and all sorts of issues cropped up on previously working sites with the error : SCRIPT5: Access is denied
The issue turned out to be related to Windows profiles as outlined and solved here :
The integrity setting on the AppData\LocalLow folder in each user's profile is supposed to be set to "Low" (hence the name, presumably). In our case, the integrity level was not set correctly on this folder. To rectify the problem, we will need to run the following command under each user's profile (with a login script, for example):
icacls %userprofile%\Appdata\LocalLow /t /setintegritylevel (OI)(CI)L
If the command above does not resolve the issue, the registry key that points to the low integrity DOMStore folder may have been changed. Check the CachePath registry value at HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings\5.0\LowCache\Extensible Cache\DOMStore. It should be %USERPROFILE%\AppData\LocalLow\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\DOMStore.