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Old 2nd August 2004, 06:07
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I am looking for any information about AcitiveX Controls Setting on IE 6, I am using Windows XP PRO and I am getting sometimes that my AcitiveX Controls Setting doesn't aloud to view some web pages.
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Can you post the URL of the site/pages that you have a problem with so I can compare it to my browser settings?
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Tal, my IE 6 Security setting under Custom Level is MEDIUM. That caused me no problems on the site you mentioned. (Not a nice colour!!)
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Default RE: AcitiveX Controls Setting

Thank you for the info, BTW my security setting is same as yours and I am still getting this message. I took my security setting to Medium Low and to Low as well and nothing changed.
Do you think of any other way to fix this problem? I also would appreciate if you can PM me your settings.
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