ActiveX OCX won't appear in browser? What to check?

Posted on 2004-11-16
Last Modified: 2010-04-17
I am loading a ActiveX OCX into a web page.

On one machine it loads fine. On the other it loads (no red x in a square) but the page is blank. What do I need to check?
Question by:Sparky191
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    Accepted Solution

    Check the security settings on the machine that it will not load on... Is the browser that wont load it configure to reject activex controls that are not digitaly signed?

    Is the CodeBase parameter correct?

    Do you have the correct classid in the Object tag??

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    Author Comment

    I think it was to do with permissions on the machine. Have it resolved, not entirely sure how.

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