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WebBrowser Control - Security Settings

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I have an ActiveX script which I need to run in my windows application
which uses the .NET 2.0 WebBrowser control. The problem is every time I
access the page I have to say "yes" to the ActiveX dialog box that pops
up. Is there any way through the application (not IE) that I can tell
the WebBrowser to accept everything and anything?

Would the System.Security namespace have anything that I could use?

I do not want my users to have to change their IE settings in order to
achieve my goal...

Thanks!
Greg

Mar 29 '06 #1
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