Why at work not working most of the javascript scripts?

New computer. Windows 7 sp1 - installed from scratch. AT least.
Five browsers chrome, Fox, ie, Opera, tor browser. Kaspersky anti-virus free.
All the settings are all ON default. New computer - minimum modifications.

At home, all scripts on the websites of (online) work. In any browser.
Went to the site, got the menu - selected - got the result.

The most "complex" scripts for sites (in the Internet) do not work. Complex is jquery ajax load something asynchronously. Don't work everywhere except the tor browser.
Went to the site, got the menu - selected - nothing happens.
Sites are different, large companies. Scripts are different.
But in tor browser it works.
Computer at work is not in domain, just connected to the network. IPS and all of the settings issued by dhcp.

Why at work not working most of the javascript scripts?
July 2nd 19 at 14:24
2 answers
July 2nd 19 at 14:26
If there is a corporate proxy or firewall (or both), then any one of them is stupidly cutting *.js files :) Or some way to block.
There really is a proxy and it is almost certain that there is a firewall. Perhaps this cuts the files.
Other than. Js home works at work there. The computer is the same. - johnnie55 commented on July 2nd 19 at 14:29
: Check whether the scripts when connecting via HTTPS. If HTTPS working but HTTP not, then probably something is cut on the corporate proxy or fierville. - Reba.Connelly commented on July 2nd 19 at 14:32
July 2nd 19 at 14:28
Well, start to sort out:
1) Try to open the sites anonymizer type cameleo
2) Try to disable antivirus
3) If there is a whistle from some Yota then try to disable the current in the wire and surf the Internet through the whistle.
4) Check in browser javascript. Don't know how browsers support an alternative group policy, but one of the pieces have all stood for ie and the admin managed to block all js. And so blocked that when you climb in your browser settings, the checkbox "allow js" was thedisabled myself not to include it.

And most importantly: go to the admin who's running the network. I have similar was at work: not working WebSockets, Server-sent events, Forever Frames, Long polling. The lock was on the network persuaded the admin to add exceptions.
FF does not support group policy( From the word "quite". When I was trying to do, but it seems threw - johnnie55 commented on July 2nd 19 at 14:31
And most importantly: go to the admin who's running the network - it is not.
Chaos, panic... georganization. There's all the above and it is not clear who.
The router has no password (climb chtoli), AntiVir is not relevant, domain group policy is strange. - Reba.Connelly commented on July 2nd 19 at 14:34

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