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    Training CD on network problem

    We have a QCF CD with several Internet browser based courses / modules.

    I copied it onto a network location however some of the elements do not appear but work fine on the CD or when copied to my local hard drive.

    Permissions seem to be OK, it seems to be a problem in that a lot of the pages use Javascript which is getting blocked somewhere.

    Any ideas?

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    Are you opening them from a network share (i.e. a mapped network drive or UNC path), or from a web server? If it's the former, make sure you've got "Allow active content to run in files on My Computer" enabled (Internet Options > Advanced > Security). If it's the latter, try adding the web server's address to the Trusted Sites zone.

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