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Microsoft recently released a Windows (XP SP2) update that affects how Internet Explorer handles all ActiveX controls such as Flash, Authorware, Acrobat, Java, Quicktime etc. When the update is installed, an ActiveX object that is embedded in a HTML page will be visible but will not be interactive until the user activates it by a click or button press. Although a tool tip is displayed informing the user that they can do this, it may cause confusion for them initially as the content might appear to function incorrectly.
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I have same problem. I could not aplicate on HTML page. How can I aplicate to my page? I have tryed, but my page can not open. http://www.planetburgut.net/OFFERSUPDATE/SWF-OPEN/burgutex-pulses-1.htm is my page. Please help me, what must I do?
Can't recommend highly enough using the SWFObject instead of native Flash publishing settings. It solves all the XP SP2 problems discussed here and provides lots of other nifty features.
It's all here - http://blog.deconcept.com/swfobject/ - check it out and never go back!
There's a lso a tutorial on using it here on the Flash devnet