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JavaScript and ActiveXObject

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I am using Internet Explorer 5.5. When creating an ActiveXObject in JavaScript I get the following message appear on the screen: "An ActiveX control on this page might be unsafe to interact with other parts of the page. Do you want to allow this interaction? Yes/No"

I know that this message can be removed (without reducing the security setting on your browser). I would like to know how. I presume it requires some kind of security signing? If anyone could point me in the right direction I would be extremely greatful.

Thanks in advance,

Soroush
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You can use certificates to make the client see your site as Trusted, but I think there still a few ActiveX security settings in IE that have to be adjusted by the user before all messages are supressed.
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Have you got any idea where I can find this information?
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I'd try http://msdn.microsoft.com and look for server certificates,
you're bound to find more information there

see ya,
NJ
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