Pop-up Blocker is out of control


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Guest

I installed SP 2 some time ago and recently started having problems accessing
web pages because of a security risk. I get a warning bar under my address
line saying "To help protect your security, Internet Explorer has restricted
this file from showing active content that could access your computer. Click
here for options" I can click and allow blocked content, but even then, all
I get sometimes is a blank page. Trying to access Hotmail returns a message
that Javascript is required, even tho I have enabled Active Scripting.

I have uninstalled SP2 and re-installed it, checked all of the security
settings on my Internet Options (almost all are set to enable) and even
turned the pop-up blocker off, but I still get this message. Any help would
be appreciated.
 
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lewis

check internet options
security tab
personalized level
go to use emergency elements blocker
click on unactive
the accept

this will disappear that message.

lewis


"Paul Ryan" <[email protected]> escribió en el mensaje
I installed SP 2 some time ago and recently started having problems
accessing
web pages because of a security risk. I get a warning bar under my address
line saying "To help protect your security, Internet Explorer has restricted
this file from showing active content that could access your computer.
Click
here for options" I can click and allow blocked content, but even then, all
I get sometimes is a blank page. Trying to access Hotmail returns a message
that Javascript is required, even tho I have enabled Active Scripting.

I have uninstalled SP2 and re-installed it, checked all of the security
settings on my Internet Options (almost all are set to enable) and even
turned the pop-up blocker off, but I still get this message. Any help would
be appreciated.
 
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lewis

there is another way
open the internet browser
go to tools emergency elements blocker
unactive blocker

or you can go to blocker configuration in this same place and make changes
you need.

lewis



"Paul Ryan" <[email protected]> escribió en el mensaje
Thx for yours Lewis. Unfortunately, I can't find "Personalized Level" on
the
security tab...do you mean "Custom Level"? If you do, I couldn't find
emergency elements blocker.
 
G

Guest

Thx for yours Lewis. Unfortunately, I can't find "Personalized Level" on the
security tab...do you mean "Custom Level"? If you do, I couldn't find
emergency elements blocker.
 
G

Guest

On my IE 6 browser Tools menu, I don't have an option called emergency
elements blocker.
I'll try turning off the Blocker on the Privacy tab and see if it resolves
the problem...but I do want to have the pop-up blocker running.
 
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lewis

check your security center
the icon is on tray bar
click on and check locations of changes in your machine

lewis


"Paul Ryan" <[email protected]> escribió en el mensaje
On my IE 6 browser Tools menu, I don't have an option called emergency
elements blocker.
I'll try turning off the Blocker on the Privacy tab and see if it resolves
the problem...but I do want to have the pop-up blocker running.
 
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kovik

check internet options
advance options tap
enable active content on MY PC files.

that's it
kovik

"Paul Ryan" <[email protected]> escribió en el mensaje
I installed SP 2 some time ago and recently started having problems
accessing
web pages because of a security risk. I get a warning bar under my address
line saying "To help protect your security, Internet Explorer has restricted
this file from showing active content that could access your computer.
Click
here for options" I can click and allow blocked content, but even then, all
I get sometimes is a blank page. Trying to access Hotmail returns a message
that Javascript is required, even tho I have enabled Active Scripting.

I have uninstalled SP2 and re-installed it, checked all of the security
settings on my Internet Options (almost all are set to enable) and even
turned the pop-up blocker off, but I still get this message. Any help would
be appreciated.
 

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