Re: What can I do to prevent IE7 from blocking my own home webpage?
> "ArbolOne" <Arbol...@gmail.com> wrote in message
> > Hello folks, I have a question regarding restrictions on my home
> > webpage.
> > Every time I move from any webpage on the net to my home webpage in my
> > HDD I get a block message in IE7 saying:
> > ----
> > To help protect your security, Internet Explorer stopped this site
> > from installing an ActiveX control on your computer. Click here for
> > options.
> > ----
> > I know what this message means, but what bothers me is that the page
> > being 'blocked' is my home page.
> > What can I do to prevent IE7 from blocking my own home webpage?
> > Thanks in advance!!
On Oct 24, 5:09 am, "Don Varnau" <don_04[at]varnau[dot]org> wrote:
> You're encountering the "local machine zone lockdown" feature of [XP] SP2
> There are three workarounds for this:
> 1. Give your page the "Mark of the
> 2. Rename the .HTM file to .HTA. HTA files aren't as restricted.
> 3. Internet Options> Advanced> Security> check "Allow active content to
> in files on My Computer ."
> You will, of course, be giving up some of the enhanced security of the XP
> SP2 update.
> Hope this helps,
> [MS MVP- IE]
"ArbolOne" <ArbolOne@gmail.com> wrote in message
Thanks! It works, it works!!
You're welcome. Glad that one or more of the solutions worked for you.
[MS MVP- IE]