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If you see this text then your browser is not handling the ActiveX controls properly. Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 or greater required.


i get the following error i tried running the website on internet explorer and it doesn't work?  7.0 didnt than i upgraded to 8.0 nothing.

I also tried Firefox and that didnt work.

NO pop up comes up because i think the policies forbid them.

i believe its suppose to pop up and ask to install a .cab file

any ideas?
[regedit, gpedit]???

looked at the source this is what i got:

<object classid="clsid:5220cb21-c88d-11cf-b347-00aa00a28331" align="baseline" border="0" width="1" height="1" ID="Object1">
  <param name="LPKPath" value="../viewer/ltocx13.lpk">
</object>

Thanks

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by:scrathcyboy
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Whatever IE version you are using, it is just picking up the earlier setting for how to handle active-X controls.  You will need to go to the following settings --

Tools >> Internet options  Security tab -- make sure you don't have any custom settings if so, delete them

Privacy Tab -- set it to the LEAST restricted for now, remember to set it back again later.

Advanced tab -- uncheck everything to do with "Active scripting" restart the system, and reset them back to the way you want them.
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by:Locoo6
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I did all that i put it to the least for everything including i added the website to trusted sites.
privacy tab i set it to least
advanced tab didnt have anything to do with active scripting?

adn it still did not work?
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I have to get a specific proxy in order to get it to work.
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I really could not do anything to fix it.  Higher had to add special rights and add the computer and IP to an acception.
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