Certain security settings of Internet Explorer can affect how it handles the Web runtime. The following table outlines the security settings that could have an effect on your end users, depending on their configuration of Internet Explorer.
|Security Setting Option||Low||Medium Low||Medium||High|
|Download signed ActiveX controls||Enable||Prompt||Prompt||Disable *|
|Download unsigned ActiveX controls||Prompt||Disable||Disable||Disable|
|Initialize and script ActiveX controls not marked as safe||Prompt||Disable||Disable||Disable|
|Run ActiveX controls and plug-ins||Enable||Enable||Enable||Disable*|
|Script ActiveX controls marked safe for scripting||Enable||Enable||Enable||Disable**|
|Don't prompt for client certificate||Enable||Enable||Disable||Disable|
* If your users have selected "Disable" for either of these settings–either via the default High security setting or a custom setting–they cannot run the Web runtime.
**If your users have selected "Disable" for either of these settings, and they are using the scripting facilities, they cannot run the Web runtime.