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Avoiding IE warning msgs on doc.Load(sPath) intranet

I have several ASP.NET pages that run on an intranet with an IIS server.
Several of them use XML.DOM to open an XML file. doc.Load(sPath).

When the is command to open the file is up doc.Load(sPath) IE6 post a
warning message "This page is accessing information that is not under its
control. . . "

This is very anoying and disruptive to the users. How do I avoide this. Do
I need to send a certificate or some such?

Help...I need direction.

Thank you in advance.
Nov 12 '05 #1
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kermit wrote:
I have several ASP.NET pages that run on an intranet with an IIS server.
Several of them use XML.DOM to open an XML file. doc.Load(sPath).

When the is command to open the file is up doc.Load(sPath) IE6 post a
warning message "This page is accessing information that is not under its
control. . . "

This is very anoying and disruptive to the users. How do I avoide this. Do
I need to send a certificate or some such?


If you use IE and XMLDOM then you have client-side script and MSXML and
that has nothing to do with .NET and this group dotnet.xml.

You will need to check the IE settings for the intranet zone probably to
allow access to data sources from different locations.
--

Martin Honnen --- MVP XML
http://JavaScript.FAQTs.com/
Nov 12 '05 #2


"Martin Honnen" wrote:


kermit wrote:
I have several ASP.NET pages that run on an intranet with an IIS server.
Several of them use XML.DOM to open an XML file. doc.Load(sPath).

When the is command to open the file is up doc.Load(sPath) IE6 post a
warning message "This page is accessing information that is not under its
control. . . "

This is very anoying and disruptive to the users. How do I avoide this. Do
I need to send a certificate or some such?


If you use IE and XMLDOM then you have client-side script and MSXML and
that has nothing to do with .NET and this group dotnet.xml.

You will need to check the IE settings for the intranet zone probably to
allow access to data sources from different locations.
--

Martin Honnen --- MVP XML
http://JavaScript.FAQTs.com/


Thank you, even after a couple of years, I still get tangled up between
client and server. You are correct it is client side script.
Nov 12 '05 #3

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