On the previous blog "How to manage the new "blocking out-of-date ActiveX controls" feature in IE?" we showed you the location and settings for the new out-of-date ActiveX controls feature and on this one, we are outlining the step by step instructions covered in article KB2991000 | Update to block out-of-date ActiveX controls in Internet Explorer under the section "Testing the out-of-date ActiveX controls feature" to get your testing started and better prepare you for the upcoming changes.
PLEASE FOLLOW THE STEPS OUTLINED IN THE ARTCILE: https://support.microsoft.com/kb/2991000 under, Testing the out-of-date ActiveX controls feature
Restart Internet Explorer. You should see that websites that attempt to load out-of-date Java ActiveX controls will now display the out-of-date ActiveX control blocking notification.
To see the Audit Log, open the %LOCALAPPDATA%\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\AuditMode folder and review the VersionAuditLog.CSV file. You should see the Audit items listed.
If your organization needs more time to mitigate dependencies on out-of-date Java controls, you have the following two options: