Activex not updating
NOTE: this questions is asked as the developer of the plugin and not the end-user who might need to correct IE settings!
There is no way to overcome this issue except changing manually Internet explorer settings.
Please note that this email address is only for issues regarding the Local Content Updater itself, and not for general issues regarding security in the Flash Player.
Our web browser plugin works fine in IE9 and IE10 but in IE11 the plugin is neither recognized as an add-on or allowed to run. Surely there is a workaround but what do we need to change?
Adding the meta tag to our htm files worked for us. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site (the association bonus does not count).
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To help avoid this situation with Active X controls, an update to Internet Explorer on August 12, 2014 will introduce a new security feature, called We wanted to share some guidance ahead of next week’s update, to help you understand this feature and decide the best course of action.
So developers needing browser support for system interactive plugins can only recommend either the Firefox browser or the ASPS web browser.
We started finding some machines with IE 11 not playing video (via flash) after we set the emulation mode of our app (web browser control) to 110001.
Active X controls are small apps that let Web sites provide content, like videos and games, and let you interact with content like toolbars.
Unfortunately, because many Active X controls aren’t automatically updated, they can become outdated as new versions are released.
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I hope to come up with a better work around or atleast some solid information as to if there is a solution to this problem.