Hi, People

I'm using WPS . It's nothing wrong with the package (MSI) a make transforms (MST) using Wise , but the activex is always disabled in user-account in some computer. I need something to make the activeX controls enable in user-acount.

The package MSI contain :
1- HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT nothing more

No - HKEY_CURRENT_USER / HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE
No - USER COMPONENT

I search in entire forum but i cant find something clear to make the application work

The application should start without any "enabling" by the user.
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do these accounts have the activeX controls disabled in the IE settings? If so & you enable them & restart your browser, does it pick 'em up? does the user have requisite access to change this setting, or to that HKCR branch..?
Answered 09/17/2008 by: kiptek
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kiptek

Thank for reply

do these accounts have the activeX controls disabled in the IE settings?

- yes , but after install the activeX the IE need automatically detect the activeX install in the machine and run the activeX and dont display the message ( require install activex ). user isn't notified to install ActiveX.

or to that HKCR branch..?

- And about this HKCR what do you mean with the HKCR ?

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Answered 09/17/2008 by: nervthc
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- And about this HKCR what do you mean with the HKCR ?
No offence intended, BTW, but to be honest, if you're asking that question, you would be better off handing the project to someone else with at least SOME experience in dealing with the Windows registry. HKCR is the standard abbreviation for the registry hive HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT. Even now that you know that, I have serious doubts about whether you would be competent to make the necessary changes.
Answered 09/18/2008 by: VBScab
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VBScab

Thank for reply

---- In my post about HKCR i know what is HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT
---- In my last post I want to say and what to do within the ( ROOT KEY ) because I had never changed anything in this key up to this right now make the necessary changes in this package with MST

----- VBScab this is the first package i got without HKCU and HKLM ONLY ( HKCR )

No offence intended, BTW, but to be honest, if you're asking that question, you would be better off handing the project to someone else with at least SOME experience in dealing with the Windows registry. HKCR is the standard abbreviation for the registry hive HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT. Even now that you know that, I have serious doubts about whether you would be competent to make the necessary changes.

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Answered 09/18/2008 by: nervthc
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