"Toobster" <Toobster@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> Hello and thank you for your reply. It's indeed in IE and you can see it
> Just wait for the commercial and a WMP should appear. A computer that has
> the problem is using:
> WMP: 126.96.36.199.5230
> IE: 7.0.5730.12
> OS: Win XP SP3
> No WMP is displayed and a "warning" symbol in the status bar since the wmp
> was disabled.
The problem is stemming from the fact that the site is using an old Windows
Media Player 6.4 Class ID
CLSID:22D6F312-B0F6=11D0-94AB-0080C74C7E95 that is being generated by the
Idealy the script should be updated to use the Windows Media Player 7(and
later) Class ID.
When someone visiting the link you posted for the first time using IE7 or
IE8, they should be confronted with an Information bar at the top of the
"This website wants to run the following add-on: 'Windows Media Player
Extension' from 'Microsoft Corporation'"
Rightclicking on that Information bar will offer the options of running the
ActiveX control on that site only or All web sites.
Once the user accepts the running of the Activex control on that site they
should not be prompted again.
> "Donald Anadell" wrote:
>> "Toobster" <Toobster@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> > Hello,
>> > media
>> > player which now results in the WMP plugin beeing disabled on some
>> > computers?
>> > This could be a WMP issue and not a IE issue?
>> Sounds more like a Firefox issue to me since IE does not use a plug-in
>> Windows Media Player. IE uses an ActiveX control "wmp.dll" in the
>> Firefox uses a Plug-in "np-mswmp.dll" in it's Browser.
>> So if it's actually the IE browser you're talking about then we are
>> about ActiveX control and not plug-in.
>> If it's the IE Browser you are talking about, what version of the IE
>> What version of the Windows operating system, including service pack
>> Do you have a publicly accessible link that demonstrates the problem?
>> If it's the Firefox browser you are talking about, the Adblock plug-in
>> been know to disable the Windows Media Player plug-in in that Browser.
>> Good luck,
>> Donald Anadell
>> > Anyone having similar experiences?