VB6, WebBrowser control, JavaScript, and security levels

I am working on a proof-of-concept that involves using the WebBrowser control (SHDOCVW.DLL) to view an html file containing some JavaScript.  If I Disable "Active Scripting" under my Internet Explorer Security settings, expectedly, my VB shows the html code but halts JavaScript execution.

My question: Is JavaScript embedded in a WebBrowser control feasible for a commercial application?  My fear is that because the WebBrowser control appears to inherit IE security settings, the JavaScript execution will be a hit-or-miss dependent upon how each personal computer is configured.  Is it possible to override these settings?  If not, then I cannot utilize this technique.  Could someone please elaborate on this topic?

Thanks!
afterthoughtAsked:
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Bob LearnedCommented:
I am not sure, but this might help:

SAMPLE: Secumgr.exe Overrides Security Manager for WebBrowser Host
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;246227
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afterthoughtAuthor Commented:
Not knowing C++, I had a difficult time following the code and really understanding what was taking place in the specified link.  This is not to say the answer won't be helpful to others.  I do believe this answers my question though in that there doesn't appear to be a simple way of overriding IE security settings.  I appreciate the assistance!
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