|Posted on Sunday, September 9, 2001 - 12:42 pm: |
I'm running Internet Explorer, v. 6.0 and often, even when I go to www.msn.com, I get the following "Your current security settings prohibit running ActiveX controls on this page. As a result, the page may not display correctly." (The page looks OK to me). This is annoying and also happened with IE 5.0. Microsoft isn't much help, so does anyone know off-hand how to get rid of this warning? Thanks, Bob B.
|Posted on Sunday, September 9, 2001 - 8:06 pm: |
just means your security settings are high. try lowering them, to the defaults. right-click on the IE icon, and go down the menu to choose "properties", then, go to the security tab and one-click the "internet" icon, then go down to the button that says "default level". click it and a message pops up asking if you're sure, say yes. then click ok to set it. try it for that one, or all 4 of the zones.
um, it sounds as if someone modified it for a reason, if this is yours, and it's shared by you and someone else, you might want to ask the person why they changed it.
|Posted on Monday, September 10, 2001 - 2:34 am: |
However, you might want to read up a bit on these settings, as they are security settings and ActiveX can be a bit of a security hazard. You might go to http://www.symantec.com/techsupp/nav/nav2001_pro_search_other.html and search for ActiveX settings.