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said by howardfine:This is incorrect, as relates to the OP's post - the warning indicates loading an unsigned (and hence unsafe) active X object FROM THE VISITED SITE. If IE9 needs to load Microsoft signed active X objects from the local machine it will do so without raising this warning, except in the case where the host machine is infected with a virus. said by JohnInSJ: said by howardfine:
In order for IE to do Ajax, the page needs to create an activeX object to access their operating system to make network requests.
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