Samrc Posted July 10, 2007 Share Posted July 10, 2007 (edited) Other than having a FLASH object on the home page, we have no other active content. People in our office using IE7 are now getting a an ACTIVE X request: "This website wants to run the following add-on: 'Windows media 6.4 player shim' from 'Microsoft corporation'. If you trust the website and want to allow it to run, click here..." Searching the web turned up info on GOOGLE ADSENSE but we are not running any ads on our site. Other forums discuss quicktime. But again, the site has no quicktime content. Even checked this site: http://blogs.msdn.com/ie/archive/2007/04/2...ing-add-on.aspx and they say: This warning occurs whenever a web page attempts to execute code on your machine that has not been used previously and is not on the local pre-approved list. This is usually caused by the website trying to use older code. I'd like to know what I should do about this activeX notice. What content could be triggering it? It only happens on the HOME PAGE of the site. I checked other pages that have other scripts (slidehows, etc) and only the home page pops. It may scare off some visitors that think we are trying to put something nasty on their computers. Appreciate the help!! Edited July 10, 2007 by Samrc Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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