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This portion of remote web workplace requires activex

Postby chicagotech » Tue Oct 28, 2008 10:51 pm

Are they XP SP3? We have seen many cases like thins one. You may need to add the RDP Client Control to IE add-on. This search result may help. Please post back with the result.

This portion of the Remote Web Workplaces requires the Microsoft ...This portion of the Remote Web Workplaces requires the Microsoft Remote Desktop ActiveX Control. Symptom: After upgrading the XP to SP3, you may receive ...
www.chicagotech.net/remoteissues/rwwerroe1.htm


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> Setting up new laptop and I had none of these problems on 7 other computers:
>
> Connecting to the RWW: From company internal website, clicking on the RWW
> link, I get: "This portion of the remote web workplace requires the microsoft
> remote desktop activex control. Your browser's security settings may be
> preventing you from downloading activex controls. Adjust these settings, and
> try to connect again."
>
> Connecting to the Client: And from the RWW (accessed in another manner)
> when trying to connect remotely to the client, I get: "Remote Desktop Web
> Connection ActiveX control could not be installed. A connection cannnot be
> made without a working installed version of the control Please contact the
> server administrator."
>
> Please help. I am the administrator. I have added my server to trusted
> sites, created the certificate, installed IIS and remote desktop. Security
> is set to low on trusted sites (probably dangerous, and it doesn't solve my
> problem).
> --
> Thanks.
> Sammie SBS 2003, XP PRO, OFFICE 2003 IE7
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