Allowing IE to Install Selected Software

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When restricting users to non-Power Users settings, how do we allow a Web Browser Front End to an application to download and install: a) Active X-Controls b) Files c) Registry Keys. I assume that there are settings we can make via GPO?
ASKED: February 23, 2006  12:52 AM
UPDATED: February 24, 2006  9:55 AM

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you shoul use the javascript oblect
open tag
OBJECT
id=factory style=”DISPLAY: none”
codeBase=http://localhost/xxxx.exe
classid=clsid:1663ed61-23eb-11d2-b92f-008048fdd814
viewastext

OBJECT
close the object tag

I hope this will help you

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  • Ve3ofa
    Another way is using 'click once' for the installs..
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