How to suppress the “An ActiveX control on this page might be unsafe” error.

By | January 8, 2014

This error surfaced on a customer’s unit that was running Intergraph MPS, IFR and Informer application. The application utilizes an ActiveX control and Windows 7 was prompting the user every time the application was opened.

In the registry, you can add the control ID as a “Safe for Scripting”. Locating the CLSID that the application is listed as is the tough part. In my case, it was fairly simple, because the Intergraph install file included a .reg which listed the ID.

Here is the final .REG I used on Windows 7 Enterprise x64:


More information on setting ActiveX Scripts as “Safe”:

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