Thanks for your reply,
and yes, the problem goes away for ever when i run media-center as admin
(i.e. right click MC and run as admin) and not ActiveX, I have to rightclick
command prompt, run cmd as admin and then register my ActiveX, and it still
So the prompt stays when i run Media Center directly (w/o rtclick..).
lemme know if there is a different way to register my ActiveX as admin or a
programmatical way to give it admin rights
> On Mon, 31 Jul 2006 16:56:01 -0700, Rahul
> <Rahul@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
> >Hello All,
> >am using an ActiveX Control to load my app in Media-Center Vista and i get a
> >prompt "An ActiveX control on this page might be unsafe to interact with
> >other parts...".
> >Though when i right-click on media center and run as admin, and then launch
> >my app in media center, i dont get any prompts. Also the prompt goes away for
> >ever after running as admin even if i run as user untill i un-register my
> >ActiveX control and register is back.
> >But now i cannot ask user to run media center as admin (once) to get rid of
> >the prompt,
> >what can i do it programmatically (C++) to get rid of this prompt in the
> >first place?
> >Also if someone know what happens once to that ActiveX control once i run as
> You said the problem goes away for ever when you run as admin......OK
> Once you register this ActiveX control as admin its registered as OK
> to run in future, if you unregister it obviously the prompt will come
> Not sure what you are getting at here, whats the problem? What you
> have described looks like it is working correctly to me.