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How to always allow ActiveX script, initiated from a locally installed application.

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I have an application (the companys own developped application) that has a function where you can show logfiles in html through Internet Explorer. Apparantly the application uses an active-x control in the process as I get the yellow warning bar asking me if I want to allow the active x.

This warning comes up everytime I want to show a log, which is very annoying. What I would like to do is to alter the settings in some way - and mark this active x as "safe". I have tried to minimize all security options in IE7. In the custom settings, I have set all settings that have something to do with ActiveX, to run and initiate automatically without beeing asked. But still...the yellow warning bar shows up.

I cannot put this application in the "safe" zone, as it only accepts "url", and not "c:\program\...".

Can I somehow make some manual changes so that the activeX script is run automatically?

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this article may help http://support.microsoft.com/kb/182569

Internet Explorer security zones registry entries for advanced users


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