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I don't know if this is in the right forum, but I will shoot anyway! On a few computers that are used in the field at my work, we encounter a problem when trying to our web content with VBScript.. It says something to the effect that there is no VBScript support.. I need to eliminate this problem ASAP, and was wondering what file provides that support? I'm sure that it could be manually installed rather than doing a Windows Update .. Thanks for all of the help!!!!

Ian
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What IE version are you using?  You will need at least IE4 sp2 to support VBs.  I recommend using the latest IE5 from MS.  This will should take care of your problem.  If that doesnt work, Email me at cgsabol@seanet.com



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You must have vbscript.dll file if you don't have i don't think you can use it then. If you want i can ship you one.
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