Chapter 4. Configuring Internet Explorer
Internet Explorer 3.x
|Allow downloading of active content||OK|
|Enable ActiveX controls and Plug-ins||OK|
|Run ActiveX scripts||OK|
|Enable Java programs||OK|
Internet Explorer 3.x Safety Level Setting
If you are running Internet Explorer 3.02 with the Authenticode update, you can leave the browser safety level set to High.
However, for versions of Internet Explorer prior to 3.02, and version 3.02 without the Authenticode update, you will get an error about a "Potential Safety Violation" when you attempt to load UMA pages.
Versions of Internet Explorer prior to 3.02 are incompatible with the new Authenticode security used by digital certificates.
To view UMA pages on these older versions of Internet Explorer, set the safety level to medium.
To change the safety level:
Internet Explorer 4.x.
Figure 5. Internet Explorer 4.0 Security Option Settings
Script ActiveX controls marked safe for scripting
Run ActiveX controls and plug-ins
Download signed ActiveX controls
Java Permissions High
Scripting of Java applets
Additional Troubleshooting Information
For further assistance on configuring Internet Explorer, TCP/IP, and other Internet-related settings, see the UMA Troubleshooting Guide. To access the guide:
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