Get Rid Of Stupid Flash/activex-warning - IE Users only :-)
Discussion by hazeshow with 10 Replies.
Last Update: July 17, 2011, 3:56 pm
In Internet Explorer, when you disable ActiveX-Plugins, you get an extremely annoying window everytime a flash-file is found, saying something like "Your current security settings prohibit running ActiveX controls on this page. As a result, the page may not display correctly, blah bla blah ...". If you look through the Microsoft Knowledge Base, this silly pop-up cannot be disabled! I've been searching for a solution for a long time, and now I've finally found one, tested with Windows XP, guess it works with other windows version in the same way. Here it comes:
1. Get yourself a resource editor, like "Resource Hacker": http://www.angusj.com/resourcehacker/
2. Search for the file "shdoclc.dll", usually located in c:\windows\system32\ or c:\winnt\system32\
3. Load shdoclc.dll in Resource Hacker, go to "String Table" and go to element #503
4. In the right window you now see some of the IE alerts, simply delete the line 8033 !!!
5. Click on "Compile Script"
6. Save as shdoclc.dll in a different directory
7. Replace the old versions in ..\system32\ AND in ..\system32\dllcache\ with your new one, if necessary in safemode.
That's all. You will never ever see the stupid pop-up again.
GreetingZ to all happy IE Users
Tutorial approved, with the replies moved here from the topic posted in the non-tutorial section
Thanky very much for this little trick, much appreciated
Cant wait to see the rest of ur stuff!
YOUR THE MAN
Stupid old internet explorer is so unstable and full of bugs and stuff like that that I don't trust to go back to it.
Long live firefox!
As for Internet Explorer, you don't need to go through all this work. Why not download SpywareBlaster?
Followed the instructions to the letter and it failed, although the message no longer appears in the shdoclc.Dll file it still shows up on web pages. Maybe I wne't wrong somewhere but I checked the process three times and I still get 'This website wants to run the following addon... Etc etc'
Incidentally, after replacing the shdoclc.Dll with the edited version the old file reappeared with the name shdoclc_original.Dll-reply by Gabby
I am a new user of Adobe Flash CS4 trying to create a flash website page. I used a free template (fla. And htlm) created with Flash CS3 which works fine with Internet Explorer. However, when I save the fla. File (without any changes) with Flash CS4, Internet Explorer gives me and ActiveX warning message and blocks the page. Am I doing something wrong? Is there any option I can use to solve this issue? Thank you!
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