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IE Security Warning...

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by aandj, Apr 29, 2008.

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  1. aandj

    aandj Thread Starter

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    I am getting this message: Windows has blocked this software because it cannot verify publisher. I have 2 computers set exactly the same. I can open page on one computer and not the other.

    I've gone into Tools, IE, etc. etc, unchecking anything to do with ActiveX, but nothing is working.

    I am trying to open a virtual tour of a hotel. I've disabled pop ups. I can't download ActiveX. Everytime the ActiveX bar comes up, the Windows blocked software message comes appears.

    mk:mad:MSITStore:C:\WINDOWS\Help\iexplore.chm::/DLG_AX_no_sig_block.htm
    Somewhere I found the above. Does anyone know what it means and how I can open the website that needs activeX that Windows IE security is not longer allowing?

    This has never never happened before.

    Thanks,

    J
     
  2. Elvandil

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    Uncheck the publisher verification under the Advanced tab in Internet Options. Restart IE.
     
  3. aandj

    aandj Thread Starter

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    RE: IE Security Warning... Already tried it and restarted computer. Didn't work. This is some new freaky thing, as I 've never seen this message before.
     
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