I'm using IE 6.0.2800.1106IS running on Windows 2000 SP4 with the latest patches installed as at 09-11-2006.
when ever I open a fax document .tif I get the standard File Download Dialogue box that says:
Some files can harm your computer. If the information below look suspicious, or you do not trust.......
It has the standard Open Save Cancel & More Info buttons as well as the "Always ask before opening this type of file" check box... It's greyed out and that's the problem.
The Fax file are stored on a secure intranet and ther are thousands of them.
The question is: how do get the check box control un-greayed out so the athe user can choose not answer the question again, and restrict that functionality only to internal intranet sites?
Perhaps a Group policy setting or maybe a Registry setting? Has anyone done this sort of thing?
Seems simple right? But have you seen how many setting there are, let alone entries in the registry.
Cheers for any help