Macromedia Flash Player Security

I have an SWF that accesses an ASP file to fetch me results from MS SQL database. Whenever I run this SWF file I get a "Macromedia Flash Player Security" message. I have Flash Player 8 installed on my computer. Can someone help me avoid this annoying pop-up?
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Aneesh ChopraCommented:
keep your SWF and asp in same folder... and call the asp from flash using relative path...

You can also use absolute path, but in this case, both SWF and asp should be on same server.... and is also different for Flash 8 security guidelines....

I hope this will sort-out ur issue.


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WebPerceptAuthor Commented:

how can i access same ASP file from differet Domin ( my swf file on .com[ linux ] server and asp file on .net[ window] ser ver).please help on this.
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