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    FSO Directory Access Without Security Gronk?

    I am trying to convert a slide show script to install as Web Content on the Windows2K Active Desktop. My ideal implementation would just display all the image files in a specific directory rather than having to edit the script each time I add or remove an image.

    I have written a script that uses the File System Object and works fine, but it puts up an alert box when I instantiate the FSO. I am hoping someone can advise me on how to run this particular script without the alert, but I am not willing to give any old script that happens to run access to any important directories.

    Any suggestions?
    Wes Rishel
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    Xbox why have you forsaken me? moospot's Avatar
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    I am assuming you are allowing scripts to run on your computer?? (IE Security options). Try setting your security level to LOW and see if it still happens. Just curiousity on my part, I s'pose.

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    Keeping your security at low is not a good idea at all.

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    I know that, but I just wanted to see if its the code thats causing the alert or not. By no means would it be a permanent solution. I am just trying to troubleshoot it one step at a time.


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