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On a website I run ( http://gulfcoastmasons.com ) everytime I open my main page, I get a windows box that asks: "click to run active X control on this website"
This is very annoying. Is there a code I can alter or add that would eliminate this box popping up?
it only pops up in two of four of my computers, so I suspect it is a security measure, which I would rather not decrease. Does a javascript or something similar exist that I could add to my html that would eliminate this pop up from happening?

Thanks guys! :whistling:
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Check your security settings for ActiveX control in the browser under Tools>Internet Options>Security tab>Custom Level button. You may have some boxes checked for "Prompt'. Compare settings to ones on PC that don't give you this pop-up box if unsure which ones you need to check/uncheck. I like being notified myself.

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