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Re: [SLUG] ActiveX in Virtualbox not working
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- Subject: Re: [SLUG] ActiveX in Virtualbox not working
- From: Morgan Storey <me@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 10 Oct 2009 15:43:02 +1100
- Cc: slug <slug@xxxxxxxxxxx>
sounds like activex is disabled in the browser, not an un-common occurence
MS don't trust there own programming language anymore, I wouldn't suggest IE
8 as they have locked down ActiveX even more.
To check it go to tools, internet options, security and (depending on the
zone the site is in; internet, restricted or trusted) click on custom level
and enable the activex controls. You could simply add the site to your
trusted zone and then change it in there if it doesn't already work.
On Sat, Oct 10, 2009 at 11:00 AM, elliott-brennan
> Hi Harrison,
> Urm. The exact message is:
> "MHS Tool" - this is the name of the software ware
> "ActiveX component can't create object"
> I'm assuming the thing works within a browser????
> IE6 installed (I doubt if it requires a browser
> that they'd make it for anything else :(
> I'm just going to 'upgrade' to 8
> Harrison Conlin wrote:
> > On Sat, Oct 10, 2009 at 10:22 AM, elliott-brennan
> > <mail@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> >> However, each time I try to run the application I
> >> get a message that it cannot work because of a
> >> lack of ActiveX.
> >> Does anyone know if ActiveX works within
> >> VirtualBox or whether I'm better off trying out
> >> Vmware-Player or something similar?
> > It shouldn't matter if its running native or in a VM.
> > What browser are you using inside the VM?
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