sccm deployment of internet addon

after deploying internet addon , eventhough it is installed and showing on add/remove programs , still asking below when opening the website
"the website wants to install the following addon:...........install"


internet explorer add-on installer / install or dont install

how to avoid these
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Spike99On-Site IT TechnicianCommented:
This page offers some good advice for managing ActiveX controls using GPOs.  I think this might help:

One alternative they offer on that page is to add the site in question to the Trusted Sites Zone in Group Policy, then configure the “Establish ActiveX installation policy for sites in Trusted zones” setting under Computer Configuration \ Policies \ Administrative Templates \ Windows Components \ActiveX Installer Service which will allow users to load the add on without getting prompted.

This site offers some more tips about managing ActiveX controls using Group Policy.

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