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How to automatically allow JavaScript but NOT (other) ActiveX execution on web pages?

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Old 04-04-2010
Brian Cooper
 

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How to automatically allow JavaScript but NOT (other) ActiveX execution on web pages?
When I visit web pages with embedded JavaScript then currently always a yellow bar
at the top of the browser window appears telling me something about ActiveX and security risks.

Ok, I can click manually on a submenu and allow the execution.
But this is somehow annoying on the long run.

How EXACTLY can I always automatically allow JavaScript scripts BUT NO OTHER ActiveX component execution?

Is this possible at all or are the permissions undividable linked together?

Brian

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