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Unread 29-08-2007, 03:28 AM   #1
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Allow Blocked Content (Javascript) on local disk based web pages?

MSIE v6.+

By default, when I view web pages stored on my local hard drive, MSIE
blocks the execution of Javascript. I get the "Information Bar" and
have to do "allow blocked content". I don't have this issue with sites
access via a URL such as http://.

(Seems incredibly moronic that it defaults to blocking content on my
local files, but allows it on files on the public Internet, but
"whatever").

How can I shut off this annoying information bar permanently? I tried
using the help for the Information bar as well as the poking around
with the security settings but I could not find a setting that
affected local files.

Thanks,

 
Unread 29-08-2007, 03:28 AM   #2
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"+Bob+" <uctraing@ultranet.com> wrote in message
news:hdbta3p37irmi5jrtkk53ekgvu10qkf17u@4ax.com...
> MSIE v6.+
>
> By default, when I view web pages stored on my local hard drive, MSIE
> blocks the execution of Javascript. I get the "Information Bar" and
> have to do "allow blocked content". I don't have this issue with sites
> access via a URL such as http://.
>
> (Seems incredibly moronic that it defaults to blocking content on my
> local files, but allows it on files on the public Internet, but
> "whatever").


Local Machine Lockdown was introduced in SP2.
>
> How can I shut off this annoying information bar permanently?


Tools||Internet Options||Advanced||Security
Disable Local Machine Lockdown by placing a checkmark in the box next to
"Allow active content to run in files on My Computer"

Or use Rob's advice about adding the Mark of the Web to the documents
instead of disabling Local Machine Lockdown.

Good luck,

Donald Anadell


I tried
> using the help for the Information bar as well as the poking around
> with the security settings but I could not find a setting that
> affected local files.
>
> Thanks,
>



 
Unread 29-08-2007, 03:28 AM   #3
Vanguard
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Re: Allow Blocked Content (Javascript) on local disk based web pages?

"+Bob+" wrote in message
news:hdbta3p37irmi5jrtkk53ekgvu10qkf17u@4ax.com...
> MSIE v6.+
>
> By default, when I view web pages stored on my local hard drive, MSIE
> blocks the execution of Javascript. I get the "Information Bar" and
> have to do "allow blocked content". I don't have this issue with sites
> access via a URL such as http://.
>
> (Seems incredibly moronic that it defaults to blocking content on my
> local files, but allows it on files on the public Internet, but
> "whatever").
>
> How can I shut off this annoying information bar permanently? I tried
> using the help for the Information bar as well as the poking around
> with the security settings but I could not find a setting that
> affected local files.



Read Microsoft KB article 315933. Tells how to add the My Computer
security zone so you can modify its settings, include scripting. Don't
know if it specifically addresses your problem but local web pages and
HTAs (HTML Applications) run under that security zone, I believe.


 
Unread 29-08-2007, 03:32 AM   #4
Rob ^_^
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Re: Allow Blocked Content (Javascript) on local disk based web pages?

Hi Bob,

To add what Dan has suggested, if you are distributing your local web
documents to other computers see
"Mark of the Web"
http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms537628.aspx

Regards.
"+Bob+" <uctraing@ultranet.com> wrote in message
news:hdbta3p37irmi5jrtkk53ekgvu10qkf17u@4ax.com...
> MSIE v6.+
>
> By default, when I view web pages stored on my local hard drive, MSIE
> blocks the execution of Javascript. I get the "Information Bar" and
> have to do "allow blocked content". I don't have this issue with sites
> access via a URL such as http://.
>
> (Seems incredibly moronic that it defaults to blocking content on my
> local files, but allows it on files on the public Internet, but
> "whatever").
>
> How can I shut off this annoying information bar permanently? I tried
> using the help for the Information bar as well as the poking around
> with the security settings but I could not find a setting that
> affected local files.
>
> Thanks,
>



 
 

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