CCTV and SBS and Windows XP Pro and user vs Admin login, can't enable user to download ActiveX CCTV

Discussion in 'Windows Small Business Server' started by Derek, May 8, 2008.

  1. Derek

    Derek Guest

    Dear group,

    I'm having a problem with enabling the CCTV on a desktop and I think it
    might be to do with SBS user permissions.

    When I log onto the pc as the user I cannot install the ActiveX file,
    downloaded automatically from the CCTV box. But when I login as
    Administrator then I can download and install it.

    The CCTV software is on the device, I go to it's IP address using the web
    browser, and the ActiveX software is installed. But before it will install
    I have to lower the security settings in IE and add the CCTV box as a
    Trusted Site. Then it installs, but only when Admin.

    In case this makes a difference, this is what I have to do as Admin to
    install it:
    I have to lower the security settings to Low, as well as add it as a Trusted
    Site (untick the HTTPS button). And I need to enable the remaining ActiveX
    options in Custom Level. Then it will install if I am Administrator, but
    not if I am a user (mobile/power user).

    2 files are downloaded, they get installed, and it works like a dream. I
    then reset the security settings to Default and remove it from Trusted Sites
    and it will continue to work.

    What is going wrong here?
     
    Derek, May 8, 2008
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