george

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All,

We have an ActiveX Control that works through the Internet Explorer browser
here at work. All of the
Active X control settings in IE are either set to enable or prompt for a
response and when this ActiveX control tries to load nothing happens but the
page sits there like it wants to do something but it wont. This is through
the Intranet at work so the proxy settings and all are set correctly as we
are able to get through to everything else on this network. Any ideas why
this will not work on this one laptop machine? Here are the specs for this
machine and everything is updated except they wont let us have the SP2 just
yet...

BTW, we have cleaned out all of the cookies, programs objects, and also
reloaded IE. Of course we also did all of the basic clean house stuff like
Adaware, Spybot, etc.....nothing.

Processor: Pentium IV 2.4 GHz

Memory: 768MB RAM

Hard Disk: 40GB

Floppy Disk: 3.5"

Monitor: 17" Super Hi-Res. VGA (1280x1024) 16m colors

Network: Intel 10/100 Ethernet Card or BUILT IN

Other: CDRW

DVDRW

Built in sound

Software: Windows XP Profesional

MS-OFFICE XP Professional

MS-OUTLOOK

MS-TCPIP

MS-INTERNET EXPLORER 6.0

Winzip

WS-FTP

McAfee Antivirus



Thanks!
George
 
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george wrote:
> All,
>
> We have an ActiveX Control that works through the Internet Explorer browser
> here at work. All of the
> Active X control settings in IE are either set to enable or prompt for a
> response and when this ActiveX control tries to load nothing happens but the
> page sits there like it wants to do something but it wont. This is through
> the Intranet at work so the proxy settings and all are set correctly as we
> are able to get through to everything else on this network. Any ideas why
> this will not work on this one laptop machine? Here are the specs for this
> machine and everything is updated except they wont let us have the SP2 just
> yet...
>
> BTW, we have cleaned out all of the cookies, programs objects, and also
> reloaded IE. Of course we also did all of the basic clean house stuff like
> Adaware, Spybot, etc.....nothing.
>
> Processor: Pentium IV 2.4 GHz
>
> Memory: 768MB RAM
>
> Hard Disk: 40GB
>
> Floppy Disk: 3.5"
>
> Monitor: 17" Super Hi-Res. VGA (1280x1024) 16m colors
>
> Network: Intel 10/100 Ethernet Card or BUILT IN
>
> Other: CDRW
>
> DVDRW
>
> Built in sound
>
> Software: Windows XP Profesional
>
> MS-OFFICE XP Professional
>
> MS-OUTLOOK
>
> MS-TCPIP
>
> MS-INTERNET EXPLORER 6.0
>
> Winzip
>
> WS-FTP
>
> McAfee Antivirus
>
>
>
> Thanks!
> George
>
>
Service pack 2 for XP ?
MS added a popup blocker that effects ActiveX. Even though
I've disabled the blocker and set everything to prompt I still
have problems with sites using ActiveX. Just a guess on my part.

gls858
 
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Guest

Guest
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There is an activeX newsgroup at microsoft.public.activexcontrol

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"george" <iflifewas@fuse.net> wrote in message
news:%23NBWH2utEHA.2948@TK2MSFTNGP15.phx.gbl...
> All,
>
> We have an ActiveX Control that works through the Internet Explorer
> browser here at work. All of the
> Active X control settings in IE are either set to enable or prompt for a
> response and when this ActiveX control tries to load nothing happens but
> the page sits there like it wants to do something but it wont. This is
> through the Intranet at work so the proxy settings and all are set
> correctly as we are able to get through to everything else on this
> network. Any ideas why this will not work on this one laptop machine?
> Here are the specs for this machine and everything is updated except they
> wont let us have the SP2 just yet...
>
> BTW, we have cleaned out all of the cookies, programs objects, and also
> reloaded IE. Of course we also did all of the basic clean house stuff
> like Adaware, Spybot, etc.....nothing.
>
> Processor: Pentium IV 2.4 GHz
>
> Memory: 768MB RAM
>
> Hard Disk: 40GB
>
> Floppy Disk: 3.5"
>
> Monitor: 17" Super Hi-Res. VGA (1280x1024) 16m colors
>
> Network: Intel 10/100 Ethernet Card or BUILT IN
>
> Other: CDRW
>
> DVDRW
>
> Built in sound
>
> Software: Windows XP Profesional
>
> MS-OFFICE XP Professional
>
> MS-OUTLOOK
>
> MS-TCPIP
>
> MS-INTERNET EXPLORER 6.0
>
> Winzip
>
> WS-FTP
>
> McAfee Antivirus
>
>
>
> Thanks!
> George
>