How to prevent Frontpage generated scripts causing new IE security bocking.

I have some simple Java scripts on my web pages that were generated by Front Page for doing image swapping for mouse overs and clicks.  With the new security features in XP SP 2 these scripts are causing content blocking.  I am only using the behavior tool in front page.  I have looked as the source of many web pages that use simple java script for similar things as my web page that do not cause content blocking.  

Does anyone know how I can modify my code to prevent this blocking?
bizonAsked:
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bizonAuthor Commented:
Come one no one else has come accross this?  I find this hard to believe.
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rcmbCommented:
Are you using Norton Anti-Virus?
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bizonAuthor Commented:
No,  It's just the new security features for IE 6 that come with XP service pack 2.  
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rcmbCommented:
Can you send me a url so I can look at the page and see if it is happening to my browser. I am running IE6 with XP SP2.

RCMB
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bizonAuthor Commented:
Wow
I didn't have the files on a public server.  I was just viewing them locally.  So I put them on my server so I could show the problem.  Once I put the files on the server the problem doesn't happen.  If you download the files (Corner_Logo.htm, and the contents of /images)from the link below and view them from your local drive you will see what I'm talking about.  

But if they don't cause the problem on the public server then I don't really have a problem.  Crazy.

www.intrinsic-solutions.net/test

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bizonAuthor Commented:
sorry that's

www.intrinsic-solutions.net/Test

Damn case sensitive Linux :)
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rcmbCommented:
Your right I do not see the problem. The issue was probably because you were not viewing from a server.

RCMB
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VahikCommented:
i get that too when i view my web pages on my xp sp2.....but when i publish them to the
server it just disappears....nothing to worry about....not wriiting for the points...actually i am here to ask a question myself.....which i will do in a second...
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bizonAuthor Commented:
I found the answer to the question myself (see coments).  It was an urgent problem that's why I gave it 500 points.  
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moduloCommented:
PAQed with points refunded (500)

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