Changing ActiveX Controls

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ActiveX controls can be altered by going to the "Tools" menu, selecting "Internet Options," going to the "Security" tab, selecting "Custom Level" and finding the "ActiveX Controls and Plug-Ins." Change ActiveX controls to view special elements on various Web sites with help from an IT engineer in this free video on the Internet.

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Hi, my name is Izabella and now I'm going to talk to you about changing ActiveX controls. ActiveX controls are needed to run some special and active elements in the websites. With the help of these changes of these controls, you can select and set the level of permission for these active elements. In the start menu we select control panel and open it. Okay and here we have to select the Internet options. Okay. Okay, here is the window of Internet properties. Here we can see several tabs like general, security, privacy, content, connections and so on and in the security tab you have to click on custom level. Okay. And now in the settings, you have to find the ActiveX controls and plug ins; as you can see and here are several options and you can make your own setting on ActiveX controls; like you can allow scriptlets or automatic prompting for active x controls, binary and script behaviors, display video and animation on a web page, then download sign active x controls or download unsigned active x controls, then initialize and script ActiveX controls not marked as safe for scripting and so on; so you have a lot of security settings that you can set for your own self. Then you are done with all the settings. You have to click to on okay and yes, 'cause you are sure that you want, you would like to save your changes and here we have to click on okay when you are ready and the next time you will run the web browser, all your changes will go alive and they will function.

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