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Author Topic: WINDOWS 10 USER ACCESS CONTROL BLOCKING ACTIVEX INSTALLATION  (Read 2373 times)

kusojiji

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I've been searching the world for an answer and all answers point towards internet explorer being the culprit. I have done all that was suggested for IE to no avail. The error that I keep getting is that the USER ACCESS CONTROL is blocking, not IE.

I tried loading the dlink executable from the computer locally and all it did was reset my camera to the point that I had to run a cable to it to get it going again. Activex issue not solved.

Any assistance would be appreciated.

may have to open a ticket with dlink directly?
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Re: WINDOWS 10 USER ACCESS CONTROL BLOCKING ACTIVEX INSTALLATION
« Reply #1 on: July 28, 2016, 04:35:31 PM »

What region are you located?


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Re: WINDOWS 10 USER ACCESS CONTROL BLOCKING ACTIVEX INSTALLATION
« Reply #2 on: July 28, 2016, 04:44:05 PM »

I've been searching the world for an answer and all answers point towards internet explorer being the culprit. I have done all that was suggested for IE to no avail. The error that I keep getting is that the USER ACCESS CONTROL is blocking, not IE.

I tried loading the dlink executable from the computer locally and all it did was reset my camera to the point that I had to run a cable to it to get it going again. Activex issue not solved.

Any assistance would be appreciated.


Do you have the latest F/W?
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