Users in IE are not getting script/ActiveX warning
When I launch the file, I get warning in the information bar: "To help protect your security, Internet Explorer has restricted this webpage from running scripts or ActiveX cntrols that could access your computer. Click here for optons..."
I actually WANT this warning. When I click through it to accept, the program works fine.
But the latest user is also running Vista, like me. His security settings are set to the default, Medium-High. But he's still not getting the script/ActiveX warning in the message bar.
Anyone know how we can enable that warning?
check the box to 'allow active content to run on files on my computer'
Not recommended except for local testing.
The prompt to allow can be disabled in Group policies, or the registry,
so no one on the network can allow unsafe operations on their own workstations.
And some pc users set it up that way as well.
Which is why some people don't get the warning or the script.
Simplest way out is to run it in any other browser- they are isolated from the operating system
in a way IE can never be.
That option isn't checked on my system, though. How come I'm getting the prompts?
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