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    I`ve been looking for a gpo setting for "allow active content to run in files on my computer"
    Does someone know if it is possible to either make a adm template that includes the setting i need or solving the problem in another way and if so, how....

    Hope someone can help me in this issue

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    Re: GPO or template : allow active content to run in files on my computer

    well, no one answered so I had to figure it out myself, made a custom adm template

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      Re: GPO or template : allow active content to run in files on my computer

      Hi,
      I too was looking for a gpo setting to "allow active content to run in files on my computer" but was unable to find one so I now am attempting to write a custom ADM to do this.

      By any chance could you send me the text for the file please?

      Thanks
      Andy

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        Re: GPO or template : allow active content to run in files on my computer

        Originally posted by mskov View Post
        figure it out myself, made a custom adm template
        Glad to hear you got it sorted out .
        (Mind sharing what registryhive and extra entries you use for the custom template?)


        Originally posted by AndyGarlick View Post
        I too was looking for a gpo setting to "allow active content to run in files on my computer" but was unable to find one
        Have you tried this;
        (can be a computer configuration or a user configuration)

        -\ Administrative Templates
        --\ Windows Components
        ---\ Internet Explorer
        ----\ Security Features
        -----\ Local Machine Zone Lockdown Security
        Change the "Internet Explorer Processes" and "All Processes" settings from "Not configured" to-> "Disabled".



        Windows XP SP2 includes some enhanced security features that help prevent attacks by viruses, and malicious users.
        - How do I configure Windows XP SP2 Internet Explorer notification when active content is downloaded or run from CD?
        - The Windows XP SP2 FEATURE_LOCALMACHINE_LOCKDOWN may prevent viewing pictures in Internet Explorer, script and/or ActiveX errors?




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