Security pop-up


S

Stephen Ford

I am storing my web site files on my PC. The site uses ActiveX controls. If
I run the site on my PC, IE displays the message :-

"To help protect your security, IE has restricted this file from showing
active content that could access your computer. Click here for options..."

The site works fine on the web.

Can I allow my files permenantly to run ActiveX locally without displaying
this message?

Regards
Stephen Ford
 
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Haggis

Stephen Ford said:
I am storing my web site files on my PC. The site uses ActiveX controls. If
I run the site on my PC, IE displays the message :-

"To help protect your security, IE has restricted this file from showing
active content that could access your computer. Click here for options..."

The site works fine on the web.

Can I allow my files permenantly to run ActiveX locally without displaying
this message?

Regards
Stephen Ford

look in IE under tools >internet options >advanced> under the security
section the are options for active content
 
T

typical computer geek

yes.

control panel/security center/internet options/advanced there is a check
box to allow active-x control without prompting
 
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S

Stephen Ford

control panel/security center/internet options/advanced there is a check
box to allow active-x control without prompting

Thanks for your replies. "...allow active-x control ..." works a treat.

Thanks
Stephen Ford
 

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