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Disabling Scrpt Prompts

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Old 11-13-2009
Ganz Doof
 

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Disabling Scrpt Prompts
I am continuously getting pop-ups when using IE8 saying "Scripts are usually
safe. Do you want to allow scripts to run?"

What setting do I need to change to ensure these do not pop up any longer?

Also, is there some online check-list of what settings should be used in IE8
Internet Options to avoid getting bugs and other undesirables into my PC?

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Old 11-13-2009
rob^_^
 

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Re: Disabling Scrpt Prompts
Hi Ganz,

Tools>Internet Options - Security tab,

For each Security Zone, press the 'Default' button to reset that zone's
security settings to the factory defaults.

These 'default' settings work best for most users.

Usually you place your Bank and Mail web sites in your Trusted Zone.

The actual setting is "Enable Active Scripting".

For compatibility view you should set
"Include updated web site information from Microsoft" and
"Use Compatibility View for intranet sites"

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"Ganz Doof" <ganz@doof.org> wrote in message
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> I am continuously getting pop-ups when using IE8 saying "Scripts are
> usually safe. Do you want to allow scripts to run?"
>
> What setting do I need to change to ensure these do not pop up any longer?
>
> Also, is there some online check-list of what settings should be used in
> IE8 Internet Options to avoid getting bugs and other undesirables into my
> PC?
>

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