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Automate the enabling of Microsoft Terminal Services Client Control ActiveX control, mstscax.dll, for TS2008 remote app

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I am employing a win 2k8 server with the TSWeb/TSApp role.

When a user running XP SP3 connects to the server using http://<servername>/ts

They are told that they do not have the activex control installed. They are not prompted to install or enable.

each user must manually go into thier IE Add-ons Manager and manually enable the activex control. It is there and installed, just disabled.

How can I enable this across the board?

Thanks in advance!!
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Try the sample code from http://blogs.msdn.com/gstemp/.  It's toward the bottom of the page.
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