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Disable warnings for Javascript link on intranet page

Posted on 2013-06-13
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When running a javascript link in our private intranet page, the classic warnings pop up...

"Allow blocked content" (this is when launching the page)
"An ActiveX control on this page..." (this is when launching the link)

How do I make these go away by configuring the internet explorer settings on the client, but only for a specific site?  I hope to use active directory to make the settings global.

example of javascript we are running
</form>
<script> 
     function go()
    {
          w = new ActiveXObject("WScript.Shell");
          w.run('\\server\share\application.bat');
          return true;
    } 
</script> 

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I will look into that article.  Curious, does this license get applied to the html code somehow or will this become a process that has to be done on every desktop computer in the environment?  My goal is to have as little user intervention as possible.
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You embed it into the html page.
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I can't seem to find the tool Lpk_tool.exe.  It does not seem to be available directly on microsoft, and I read it was in the ActiveX SDK package.  I downloaded and installed it and I still don't see it on my computer. I downloaded Lpk_tool.exe from a few 3rd party sites and I think it was trying to install adware.  

Do you know where I can get this tool directly?

Sorry for the noob question.
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