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Disabling prompt to run active X controls on local intranet

Posted on 2013-11-15
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Recently I needed to reset IE10 on my Windows 7 platform.  Now I am presented with a security warning when I try to load my local web pages (see screenshot).  I can't remember how to disable that warning.  Please advise.
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Tools/Internet settings
Disable "Prompting FOR  active X."
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