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    Hi guys,

    I am having a problem with a Quicktime video and Active X warnings. I used the double object method to insert a QT movie to a site, and it’s working fine in most browsers (except Opera?). However, my main problem is that my client’s computer at his job is blocking the video – he’s’ using IE7 with Active X settings to HIGH and says he cannot change it due to network privileges. When I test it myself, it’s fine in IE6,7,8 with medium-high Active X settings, but when I change to high, I get the same problem.

    Is there anyway to bypass this? Or any other suggestions? I would really appreciate any input or foresight on this.

    Thank you so much,

    Here’s my code:



    Thanks for your reply, Eric. When I view your link in IE7 with security settings to HIGH, it also give me the same Active X warning and doesn’t play. I’ve pretty much concluded that those settings disable everything – JavaScript, Flash, multimedia, etc. I could be wrong, I’m not an IE user (only for testing), but I that’s what happens when I change my IE security settings to HIGH. Since that’s how my client’s corporate network is set up, and he can’t change the IE settings, I’m assuming I can’t do anything on my end to make the video display for them. Thanks again, though.

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