I haven't posted in a while because I've usually found the answer I was looking for before I had a chance to start a new thread. However, today is not the case. Currently, I am attempting to take a few MOAC labs which (as you may know) requires Internet Explorer. I recently had an extension "ie tab" installed in my chrome browser and it was serving the purpose of allowing me to view internet explorer only (or ie required to browse) pages. Suddenly, it doesn't work today. I'm just asking if there are any other alternatives for either Chrome or Firefox that supports Linux... available.

Summary of question: "Does anyone know of any add-ons or extensions compatible with Linux (openSUSE)* which allow you to view web-pages specific to ie or windows only?"


OS: openSUSE 12.3
Architecture: 64-bit
Original OS: Windows 7
Dual-boot status: N/A (100% openSUSE)

Browser(s): Google Chrome & Firefox 25.0 (up-to-date)
Reason for query: to access MOAC labs

Comments: cannot access this link: http://moac.microsoftlabsonline.com without Internet Explorer 7.0 or higher.