When this is executed in WinNT IE4.0 the ocx was automatically downloaded from the internet and the timer started working. When the same was executed on Win 95 it did not work. I got a script error while accessing the property of the timer which means the control was not registered properly. The same thing happens for WinNT IE 3.0 browsers. What is the reason? Is there any way by which it can be downloaded and registered automatically? What are all the steps needed for this?
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