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TS Web Access Active-X error

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I setup TS Web Access and configured an application for it, and it works fine from the server and my Windows 7 machine, but when I try to access it from an XP SP3 machine with IE8, I get the error, "ActiveX control not intalled or not enabled."

I even downloaded and installed the Term Services Client 7.0, and I can't see anything thats disabled with IE.  I've seen a few links that suggest modifying the registry, but I don't want to have to do that with 50 machines, there has to be an easier way to get this to work.
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Try installing this patch. It worked for me! I had the same issues as you stated with a few machines and this patch fixed it.

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;951607

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I forgot to add that since not all of my client machines had this particular problem while accessing a RemoteApp then installing this patch on a few was not a big deal. If you go down to the middle of the page on the link I included above there should be a "Fix it"button which will make the changes to the registry for you.

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Thank you, that error had me banging my head against the wall.
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