When using the search functions in the Microsoft Internet Explorer browser on a Windows XP system with Service Pack 2, you may encounter security warnings. You may use a different browser (for example, Netscape Navigator, or Mozilla Firefox) to avoid the security warnings, or see below to continue using Internet Explorer.
Please note: Word Highlighting occurs when using Internet Explorer, and may not occur on the search results in other browsers.
Service Pack 2 (SP2) for Windows XP includes improvements to Internet Explorer security that are intended to help most users by stopping web pages that contain "active content" from accessing your computer maliciously.
However these improvements make it harder to run Java applets in pages stored on your computer (as opposed to those viewed on the web). This includes applets used in documentation pages and those used on CDs or DVDs. This CD uses Java to run a search, created by PHD's FindinSite-CD.
You may fix this by allowing blocked active content while using the CD, or better still by changing your security settings.
For most cases, simply "allowing blocked active content" in the new Information Bar will let the Java applet run without any problem, although you will have to brave some dire-sounding warnings.
At the top of the page in the Information Bar you will see this warning:
To enable a Java applet, click on this message and then select:
You will also be asked to OK this message:
After this, the Java applet should run. Note that the Java applet is only enabled for this Internet Explorer window. If you close this window and come back again you will have to go through the same process again. However, all further active content in this window is enabled.
When accessing the Main Menu for the first time, you may encounter two Windows information boxes that looks like the images below. Click "yes" and optionally check the box for "In the future, do not show this message." for both.
There are new security options in Internet Explorer that avoid these warnings (and run this CD's search) - if you are prepared to check them.
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