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How to prevent IE from blocked
I have a web page which contains no ActiveX controls but an Java applet.When I use Robot to load this page sometimes I encounter a dialog box saying
'An ActiveX control on this page is not safe. Your current security settings prohibit running ActiveX controls on this page. As a result, the page may not display correctly.'
Robot seems not aware of this dialog box because the script will be blocked forever if I don't dismiss that dialog.IMO Robot is blocked because it thinks IE has not returned yet after creating the process to launch it.
It's strange that it doesn't happen always and I really have no idea when it will appear. I've never seen it when manually opening IE for this page.
I tried to adjust the security setting of IE with all ActiveX controls setting set to enabled but in vein.
Does anyone give me c clue about this?Thanks.
Re: How to prevent IE from blocked
Adjust the Internet Scripting IE security options to Enabled as well as the Microsoft VM to be low safety. Basically put everything to Enable and do not use Prompt.
You basically need these to not pop up especially if it's a sporatic thing. The active-x control is probably Robots control which it uses to spy on the application and report back to you all those wonderful properties.