AUTHOR: Rumen Zhekov
DATE POSTED: September 28, 2018
add an X-UA Compatible meta tag to your page:
Set it as an HTTP response header in the IIS settings as explained in Microsoft's article How to add a custom HTTP response header to a Web site that is hosted by IIS.
Another option to set the response header is through your web.config:
If the compatibility mode is enabled by a group policy - speak with your local administrators so they enforce this checkbox rule as a group policy. This is needed because when the Compatibility mode is enabled by a Group Policy setting, the X-UA Compatible meta tag is ignored.