security problems related to FileSystemObject on IE7/Vista

Posted: 01-06-2008, 12:10 PM
Hi there,

I have security problems related to FileSystemObject on IE7/Vista.

I have the attached test.html file located in C:\Temp.

When I open this file, the code is blocked and the following message appears
on the top of the window: "To help protect your security, Internet Explorer
has restricted this webpage from running scripts or ActiveX controls that
could access your computer. Click here for options".

After I choose "Allow Blocked Content", another warning is displayed in a
dialog box: "Alowing active content such as script and ActiveX controls cand
be useful, but active content might also harm your computer. Are you sure
...."

I choose Yes, then another dialog boox appears: "An ActiveX control on this
page might be unsafe to interact with other parts of the page. Do you want
....". I choose yes, and finally my code runs.

Please tell me how can I configure my system (Windows Vista, IE7, anything)
to hide all the messages, maybe defining a safe folder where my code will
run without any warning messages ?

TIA,
Sabin

security problems related to FileSystemObject on IE7/Vista


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Re: security problems related to FileSystemObject on IE7/Vista
Posted: 01-06-2008, 12:24 PM

"Sabin Coanda" <scoanda@SPAMPROTECTEDgmail.com> wrote in message
news:eWzNd0FUIHA.280@TK2MSFTNGP03.phx.gbl...
> Hi there,
>
> I have security problems related to FileSystemObject on IE7/Vista.
>
> I have the attached test.html file located in C:\Temp.
>
> When I open this file, the code is blocked and the following message
> appears
> on the top of the window: "To help protect your security, Internet
> Explorer
> has restricted this webpage from running scripts or ActiveX controls that
> could access your computer. Click here for options".
>
> After I choose "Allow Blocked Content", another warning is displayed in a
> dialog box: "Alowing active content such as script and ActiveX controls
> cand
> be useful, but active content might also harm your computer. Are you sure
> ..."
>
> I choose Yes, then another dialog boox appears: "An ActiveX control on
> this
> page might be unsafe to interact with other parts of the page. Do you want
> ...". I choose yes, and finally my code runs.
>
> Please tell me how can I configure my system (Windows Vista, IE7,
> anything)
> to hide all the messages, maybe defining a safe folder where my code will
> run without any warning messages ?
>
You go to Tools/Internet Options/Internet or Intranet the Custom Button and
start making changes to the IE7 settings to do or not do what you need.
There is also the Advanced Tab as well with settings there you might want to
look at and configure.


 
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