Activex problem in IE6


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Guest

Our application needs IE6 and a third party ActiveX control. We found that
when some PCs download the ActiveX control, it will be blocked and show a
dialog box "Your current security settings prohibit running ActiveX controls
on this
page. As a result, the page may not display correctly."

We then set the security of the IE to allow download and execute all ActiveX
controls, even non-signed one. However, it is still not allowed to execute
the control. We further allow all download and execution of ActiveX controls
in both Internet zone and local zone. The problem still persists. After
several appearance of the dialog box, the dialog box becomes disappear and
the IE seems to simply ignore the control. Finally it just showed an
Javascript error message "Object doesn't support this property or method"
when the web page call the ActiveX control.

We found that not all PCs have this problem. Does anyone experience similar
problem? Is there any way to allow off-line installation of ActiveX control?

Any helping hand is highly appreciated. Thanks.
 
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G

Guest

Hi,

I got the same problem and saw your posting here. any update since? I also
got problem with the anti-virus program and real player as well. It is as if
these are recognised and not allow to be used or install.

Thanks, regards.
Kurt Sim
 
G

Guest

Does anyone have the same experience or solution to this problem? Your kindly
assistance is highly appreciated.
 
G

Guest

I also am having this problem when I try to post to one of the bulletin
boards I read. Any word yet?
 
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G

Guest

Peter, I just did the following and mine is working:

Go to Tools | Internet Options | Advanced
Uncheck Enable third party browser extensions (reboot)
 

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