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Disabling Scripting Host

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This is the only information that I have on this:

Deactivates the Scripting Host, which is responsible for executing files with the following suffixes: *.js,*.jse, *.vbe, *.vbs, *.wsf, *.wsh. Through these script files, malware is often distributed

is this a good idea to do or not?
If I did do this what is the computer side effects that I might have?

Also what is licdll.dll and what is it used for?
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I was wondering about the same thing, except I found that openoffice uses these files. Would disableing them affect openoffices or other programs?
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