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When Internet Explorer 5 on Windows encounters a request from a page to download a new ActiveX control, an option is provided to allow the user to prevent the specified ActiveX control from ever installing in the future. If this option, called Install on Demand, is selected when you encounter Flash Player ActiveX controls, future installation attempts of these controls will fail.
If you are unable to install Flash Player due to this feature, first run an executable that rectifies the problem and then install the Flash Player.
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Posted on Mar 08, 2008
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