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How to automatically allow JavaScript but NOT (other) ActiveX execution on web pages?

Discussion in 'Internet Explorer' started by Brian Cooper, Apr 4, 2010.

  1. Brian Cooper

    Brian Cooper Flightless Bird

    When I visit web pages with embedded JavaScript then currently always a yellow bar
    at the top of the browser window appears telling me something about ActiveX and security risks.

    Ok, I can click manually on a submenu and allow the execution.
    But this is somehow annoying on the long run.

    How EXACTLY can I always automatically allow JavaScript scripts BUT NO OTHER ActiveX component execution?

    Is this possible at all or are the permissions undividable linked together?


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