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I have unsigned Active-X and web page that contains that. I managed to open the web page in IE 8 on dozen of workstations sucessfully after playing with IE 8 security settings. Active-X works fine.

When I moved my solution to Citrix farm everything came broken. Though I installed Active-X on Citrix farm and let client workstation IE settings to run/download/trust every unsigned and signed Active-X - my web page doesn't work correctly. It looks like Active-X was not created or Active-X method calls are disabled

I guess it's something wrong with Citrix politics / security settings. What shall I check ?

Thank you in advance!

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Make a self-signed certificate? – grawity Sep 13 '11 at 18:38
Yeah, we are going to sign this active-x in a few days & retry. But may be it's possible to make it run without certificates in Citrix? – Andrew Florko Sep 13 '11 at 18:43
You say you 'set client workstation IE settings'. Are the users connecting to a Citrix desktop? If so, they will be using the server's IE, not the client's one. Perhaps edit and define your environment a little better? As a "Citrix Farm" could be hosting things in a couple/few different ways. How are the group policies regarding Active-X setup to affect the Citrix server(s)? – Ƭᴇcʜιᴇ007 Sep 13 '11 at 18:59

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