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Thread: Windows Service Pack 2 Beta

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    Hey i've just dl sp2 & it was running great until i noticed activeX crap comming up, stop me from loading a few web pages. i've been through me internet options setting to defaults, changed to low settings etc, u name in there, i keep getting this box appearing saying the ActiveX controls on this page


    "Your current Security Settings Prohibit Running ActiveX Controls on this Page. As a result, the Page may not display Correctly"


    Having a laugh display correctly how about it comes up with screen when you have no internet connection.


    Any idears in how to tackle this?

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    I don't usually trust beta's in general, ESPECIALLY not on a service pack!
    I'd say just wait till the real thing comes out, no rush
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  3. Software & Hardware   -   #3
    Oooops, who in there right mind would install a beta of a service pack, espically from Microsoft. Wait until the full version comes out and even then do some testing first before you install it.

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    I would install it... but NOT on a computer that actually exists!

    You should've tried VMware and saved yourself a lot of trouble by installing it virtually.

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    It has a lot of security features that do not work that well. I installed it on a throwaway box and they have a lot of work to do.

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    Any idears how to change the security settings?

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    Originally posted by Maximus359@10 February 2004 - 15:39
    Any idears how to change the security settings?
    For the beta...........no. I assume it will be easier to do in the final version. The only security issues I had problems with was the annoying firewall that I dont need. I disabled it but it still gave me problems so I said the hell with sp2.

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    Originally posted by Maximus359@9 February 2004 - 20:24
    Hey i&#39;ve just dl sp2 & it was running great until i noticed activeX crap comming up, stop me from loading a few web pages. i&#39;ve been through me internet options setting to defaults, changed to low settings etc, u name in there, i keep getting this box appearing saying the ActiveX controls on this page


    "Your current Security Settings Prohibit Running ActiveX Controls on this Page. As a result, the Page may not display Correctly"


    Having a laugh display correctly how about it comes up with screen when you have no internet connection.


    Any idears in how to tackle this?
    man i got the same problem. even when my is firewall disable i get it
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    i just installed build 2082 and it is much betetr than build 2055. If you dont have it already get build 2082.

    btw, to fix the active x problem go to tools>options>security then for each of the four things go to custom, then click reset near the bttom of the window and it will reset teh defaults which fixed the active x problems for me, but since getting build 2082 i havent received one error

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    I had 2055, and it wouldn&#39;t let iTunes or and online shockwave or flash games connect and I tried everything so I said screw it and did a SysRestore.

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