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Old 09-02-2008
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your security settings do not allow web sites to use activeX contr
Hi there!
when i try to enter a site which installs an activeX control in order to
start properly, it pops up the yellow bar, and inside written the problem.

already tried to set my security settings to low
already moved the site to the "trusted zone"

other computers shows no problem installing the activerX control.
what do i do ?

tia,
Eyal.
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"???? ?" <eyal1983@gmail.com> wrote in message
news0E18DFA-5D78-472F-AF39-73C7AE5A459C@microsoft.com...
> Hi there!
> when i try to enter a site which installs an activeX control in order to
> start properly, it pops up the yellow bar, and inside written the problem.
>
> already tried to set my security settings to low
> already moved the site to the "trusted zone"


Hi,

You might try performing "Method 4" listed in the following KB822798
article:
http://support.microsoft.com/default...b;en-us;822798

Note:
While this article does not specifically mention your symptom with regard to
the "Information Bar", others have reported that performing Method 4 in this
article has cured the problem with the Information Bar an ActiveX control
installation.

Good luck,

Donald Anadell


>
> other computers shows no problem installing the activerX control.
> what do i do ?
>
> tia,
> Eyal.



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