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Unable to run ActiveX controls on the browser.

Posted on 2002-04-14
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Regarding running the ActiveX controls on the browser. The setting was just go to the
Internet Explorer -> Tools -> Internet Options -> Security page -> select the Local intranet
-> Custom Level -> Enable the "Download unsigned ActiveX controls".

And after restart the browser will be able to run the ActiveX control, otherwise browser will prompt "Your current security setting prohibit running ActiveX controls on this page. As a result, the page may not display correctly."


My problem is even do such a setting, but still cannot run the ActiveX controls.


Can you help me to solve this problem.
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The pages you are going to are on a local Intranet?

Also, you may want to look at the other active X control setting and set them to prompt. Then see which one may be causing your problem by turning them to diabled 1 by 1.

I hope this helps.
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