'Active scripting' would also need to be set to 'enable' in 'Scripting'
section in that list of security options.
Any installed security software can also stop scripts from running.
"Dell Boy" <Dell Boy@xxxxxxam> wrote in message
> I'm a freelance IT Technician and I support small businesses users.
> A business user is getting the following error when he logs in to his
> company web mail and tries to reply to an email "To use microsoft web
> script must be enabled on your browser. For information on how to enable
> script consult the help for you browser. If it does not activate contact
> The user is running IE7 on Vista Ultimate SP1 plus latest updates. I have
> checked his web browser and "Run ActiveX Controls and Plug-ins" is enabled
> he has latest Java runtime installed.
> I have tried enabling "Initialize and script ActiveX controls not marked
> safe .." and "Download Unsigned ActiveX controls" but he still gets the
> error. I have also tried reducing his security level for the Internet Zone
> from Medium-high to Medium but this hasn't helped.
> Can anyone advise?