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Enabling Active Content for users using Windows XP Service Pack 2

For users running Windows XP Service Pack 2 any locally viewed web page that contains active content will be stopped from running.

1. If you this happens you will see at the top of the page in the Information Bar you will see this warning:

To help protect your security, Internet Explorer has restricted this file from showing active content that could access your computer. Click here for options...

2. To enable active content, click on this message and then select: Allow Blocked Content..

3. You will also be asked to OK this message:

4. After all this, the active content should run. Note that the active content is only enabled for this Internet Explorer window. If you close this window and come back again you will have to go through the same process again. However, all further active content in this window is enabled (unless you navigate to non-HTML pages such as XML).

Running active contents without warnings

To run active content on all CDs without warnings, you must change a security setting in Internet Explorer:

1. Open menu Tools+Internet Options+Advanced tab

2. Scroll down to the Security section.

3. Make sure that "Allow active content from CDs to run on My Computer" is checked.

If you want to run active content in all files on your hard disk or similar, then you need to:

Make sure that "Allow active content to run in files on My Computer" is checked.

Enabling JavaScript on Internet Explorer

JavaScript is a feature used by many web sites on the Internet to create a richer, more interactive experience for the user.

Internet Explorer

  1. Select Tools, then Internet Options
  2. Click on the Security Tab
  3. Click on the "Custom Level" button at the bottom of the window
  4. Scroll down to the "Scripting" section at the bottom of the window
  5. Go to "Active Scripting"
  6. Select Enable*
  7. Click OK
  8. Select "Yes" when the message box appears
  9. Click OK in the last window
  10. Press the F5 key to reload the page and enjoy our web site!
* Select the "Prompt" option if you do not want JavaScript to run automatically when you visit a web site. A message box will appear to notify you if a web site requires JavaScript. You will then be able to decide if you would like to run the script or not.

Other Web Browsers

If you are using a web browser other than Internet Explorer please consult your documentation on how to turn on JavaScript