Date: Thu, 22 Jul 2004 09:23:35 -0400
Hi! I have installed Trend Micro's Client Server Messaging Suite for SMB
and haven't been able to access the console because the following error
window displays on both the server and the clients: "Your current security
settings prohibit running ActiveX controls on this page. As a result, the
page may not display correclty." The console is a IE interface. I have set
the security settings to low and have followed all suggestions from the IE
and SBS newsgroups. The only thoughts left is perhaps it is a GP issue.
Can anyone help me? I am at wits end? Technically my McAfee license has
expired two days ago. I must get this resolved so I can legally move on. I
am desparate. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
- ActiveX on server
... I installed Trend Micro's Client Server Messaging Suite ... prohibit running ActiveX controls on this page. ... I have set the security settings to Low through the Custom button. ...
- Re: Set permissions to deny
... If you're able to log on to the recovery console maybe you could try ... to run xcacls to change the security settings on your c drive - give ... You find a link for XcAcls at: ... use the repair console to do copy and it ...
- Re: recovery console
... www.microsoft.com/support has a list of the available commands in recovery ... I believe you are able to change registry settings. ... > Can I access user and security settings via the recovery ... > console in 2000? ...
- Re: Need to write an HTTP server , can i use a webservice with "NOSOAP"?
... Well, if I did, the first thing I would do is write the URI to either Debug ... or Console, and then try and hit it separately... ... security settings, and ISAPI filters, etc. ...
- Re: Linux, BSD, and Unix are fundamentally insecure.
... I thought it pretty damn obvious since I mentioned booting from CDROM. ... > have console on serial cable, so console could be even in different room. ... And if I can boot that system from CDROM none of your security settings ... mean a thing nor does the root password. ...