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 From: Paul Brown
 Paul Brown
 To: Boudewijn Lutgerink
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 Boudewijn Lutgerink
Subject: RE: Group Policy in xp pro-sp2
Thread ID: 50498 Message ID: 52584 # Views: 1 # Ratings: 0
Version: Not Applicable Category: Operating Systems
Date: Thursday, September 30, 2004 10:41:46 AM         

Hi Boudewijn

This is a real PITA with SP2 and WIN2003 also. If you run the script using a mapped drive reference the dialog shows, if you use \\share\whatever then it doesn't.
You could also try adding the script file to your trusted zones in IE. Open IE, Tools\Internet Options, Security tab. Click Trusted Zones then the Sites button. In there put your filename in the form of "file://" then the path to your script. There is a whitepaper on MSDN which might be worth taking a look at called "Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration". I don't have a link but you should be able to find it.

Good luck

> I have been looking around but cannot seem to find it.
> After installing sp2 everything runs fine. No problem at all no set-backs.
> Just one little nagging problem.
> Before retrieving my mail I look in my inbox through a back-door called "mailreader.com".
> I log in there, and then get to my mailbox.
> On the page displaying the content of the mailbox is a script, one that takes care for the deletion of messages I want to remove from my mailbox (normally about 98% of all msg that is send to me is crap or indecent proposals).
> Since the install of sp2 I continuously get the message that there is a potential dangerous script in the page and it is blocked unless I will allow it to run... which is what I want otherwise I could not clean my mailbox.
> Is there any way I can prevent this message from coming up time and again?
> Is there any way I store that data anywhere making sp2 self-learning, like so many firewalls are self-learning.
> Boudewijn LutgeĀ®ink
> There are 10 types of people: Those that do understand binary calculations and those that do not.


Group Policy in xp pro-sp2 Posted by Boudewijn Lutgerink @ 9/2/2004 1:50:13 PM
RE: Group Policy in xp pro-sp2, anybody??? Posted by Boudewijn Lutgerink @ 9/30/2004 9:07:46 AM
RE: Group Policy in xp pro-sp2 Posted by Paul Brown @ 9/30/2004 10:41:46 AM