In WinXp, I go to Start->Help and Support and select a topic and get the dreaded "Your current security settings prohibit running activex controls on this page...""
Posted on 2004-08-27
I've tried everything I can think of. I've changed security settings 'til I'm blue in the face; I've un-registered DLLs and re-registered them; I've removed and reinstalled IE6; all of the Hotfixes have been applied; I am NOT trying to install Macromedia crap; when I go to ANY page with ActiveX content, I get the dang message; I've spent w-a-y too much time trying to find a fix for this and I'm ready to cry.
I've read most of the prior posts at EE about this; I've read the KB articles re:Macromedia (doesn't apply) and IE4 and 5 (doesn't apply), so PLEASE don't suggest I read them. And please do NOT tell me to change my security settings. I've changed them as administrator as well, all to no avail.
My Hijack log is brief; there isn't much running in the background. I can supply it if anyone cares to see it.
I've Restore Point-ed myself back almost a month, but the message will not go away.
"Please help me, I'm falling..."
Thanks in advance,