The first and simplest is to simply reinstall the browser.This is by far the fastest way to solve the problem, particularly if you are using Internet Explorer.Active X is Microsoft's component control technology.Basically, it allows multiple components to communicate with each other and run as one application.The problem with this method is that if its a laptop that may connect to wifi outside the business, some internet access (where the system account is used) may not work.There are several sections that we need to individually configure to get it all to work, and at the end they should all work together to give us the end result of auto-updating clients in the enterprise.In the past when this has happened, I've had to nuke the machines and start over. These are new machines so there's no data on them but they've made it through the initial install of 200 or so updates.Hey there, I am using Windows 7 and Internet Explorer 11. While the plugin-version of "Flash Player" is updated automatically without problems, the Actice X-Version is not updated. Why doesn't the Active X-Version update together with the plugin-version?
An alternative to this is to remove Active X from your machine.There are several problems at hand when it comes to the enterprise, some with a workaround but others that will hopefully be addressed with future updates. The underlying problem is that the SYSTEM account that is trying to access the internet does not know of proxy servers in your environment, in particular it does not know the proxy address or port number.This configuration can be hard coded on a client using Again, this method is not recommended as it can lead to complications.There are a number of differences between SQL Server Native Client and Microsoft Data Access Components (MDAC; starting with Windows Vista, the data access components are now called Windows Data Access Components, or Windows DAC).