Norton Internet Security 2006 & Norton SystemWorks 2006 Incompatia

Discussion in 'Internet Explorer' started by Dipu : The Genesis Of The Nemesis, Mar 30, 2006.

  1. Norton Products extensively uses Internet Explorer for its layout. I have
    never faced this problem before while I was using IE6. After downloading IE7
    Beta, I downloaded Fire Fox and made it my default browser. Now I am facing
    script errors while loading Norton Anti Spam and NAV whit a message that says
    "Continue Running Scripts" and displays incorrect layout with a lot of
    inactive buttons. My questions are
    1) Is it IE 7's fault
    2) Is it because Fire Fox is overriding any of default operation

    If this is caused by IE 7. Then some schema has to be reverted to IE6.
     
    Dipu : The Genesis Of The Nemesis, Mar 30, 2006
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  2. Dipu : The Genesis Of The Nemesis

    Thundercell Guest

    I'm running NIS and Systemworks and have not had any problem with them since
    I installed IE7. I have Firefox on my computer as well, but it is not my
    default browser, since I only use it to access an important web site for me
    that does not recognise IE7 yet. Given that, my guess is that it's your
    option #2.
     
    Thundercell, Mar 30, 2006
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    Mike Guest

    I am having a similar problem, When I go to my options in Norton Internet
    Security 2006 and select Norton antispam, then options, I get script errors
    which deny me access to my settings on Norton. I have contacted symantec
    initially who had me reinstall windows script host, this remedied the problem
    of the missing "spam folder" in outlook, but I still get scripting errors on
    my antispam settings. Symantec told me to reinstall IE so I figure it is a
    bug in IE7 beta.
     
    Mike, Mar 30, 2006
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  4. Dipu : The Genesis Of The Nemesis

    Mike Guest

    I am having a similar problem, When I go to my options in Norton Internet
    Security 2006 and select Norton antispam, then options, I get script errors
    which deny me access to my settings on Norton. I have contacted symantec
    initially who had me reinstall windows script host, this remedied the problem
    of the missing "spam folder" in outlook, but I still get scripting errors on
    my antispam settings. Symantec told me to reinstall IE so I figure it is a
    bug in IE7 beta.
     
    Mike, Mar 30, 2006
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    Thundercell Guest

    Oh, yeah. I just tried it out and yep, it does happen with the Anti Spam
    options on my machine. I don't normally use this function of NIS, so I never
    really noticed. The rest all seems to work OK. Sorry for possibly leading
    you astray.
     
    Thundercell, Mar 30, 2006
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    PA Bear Guest

    PA Bear, Mar 31, 2006
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