When you load the page using IE does it prompt you to allow blocked / potentially insecure content?
Thank you for your answer. I put a local link like this to webviewer file:///C:/Users/phu.huynh/Desktop/My%20Form_Plato/ocr.html. Yes, you are right. When I run the file on IE, it prompts me to allow blocked insecure content (see attached file). I have two PCs (Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2). I have not added/changed any settings. I don’t know why it only works on the Windows 8.1. Both of them the same IE version 11. Could you tell me how to update the IE security settings? Thank you.
The local machine security zone settings for IE are hidden and require modifying the registry directly. Before you do that try adding a mark of the web to the top of your html file. It's basically just a way to trick IE into thinking the web page was downloaded from the internet. Here's an article about how to do that: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms537628.aspx
Hopefully that works, if not here's an article about modifying the registry values for the local machine security zone http://support.microsoft.com/kb/833633 keep in mind that you will need to decrease security instead of increase the security like the article describes, which opens up vulnerabilities that could potentially be used by malicious scripts to install viruses on your machine.
Another alternative is to find a way to host your html file using a web server on the internet or your local network. If you do that you can easily modify the security settings for the Internet or Local intranet security zones by opening Internet Explorer, Tools -> Internet Options, Security tab
Thank you, Evan. I will try with your solutions.