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Default ActiveX Component Not Marked as Safe

Hi, all,
I create a ActiveX component using VB, it's script and code safe. But because I didn't digital sign it, so when I use it in ASP, I have to change the security setting for "Download unsigned ActiveX Control" from disable to enable or prompt.

Today after I modify the some VB codes, and create the package, I got some extra messages, but I didn't take a look what it means. after that, when I try to use the component from the ASP, it always say the activeX control is marked unsafe, cann't create the object. Only if I change the security setting for "Initialize and script activeX control not marked as safe" from disable to enable, I can run the program. I totally have no idea what I did to make the script unsafe? In which situation, it will be marked unsafe? how to handle it?

it's urgent, please help!!!!!!!!
Thanks!
Andraw






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