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I need to autorun my offline website iin Cd-ROM..

HI..i developed one website tutorial for my students..that will supplied in CD-ROM(not publishing in internet)...
i know making autorun webpage..by using bat commands &autorun.inf file..
my problem is while opening the page from disk..internet explorer stops the flash content,an yellow bar asking to allow conent from disk..
i dont want that bar ..please help me..i have to make it work in all my studnets systems with confirmation..

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In February 2006, Microsoft released an update for Internet Explorer which affects embedded content using the <OBJECT> and <EMBED> tags which is the primary method for displaying Flash content in web pages. After users update their IE browser, they have to click embedded Flash content before they can interact with it.

Are you able to run JavaScript through the CD-rom? If so, the solution to your issue can be found here.

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