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ActiveX is Microsoft for a series of strategic object-oriented programming techniques and tools of the call, which is the main technology Component Object Model (COM). In a directory and other network support, COM becomes the Distributed COM (DCOM). In creating the program, including ActiveX, the main work is the component, a self-sufficient in the ActiveX network (the network now includes Windows and Mac) in any running program. This component is an ActiveX control. ActiveX is Microsoft to compete with Sun Microsystems' JAVA technology put forward, this control features and functions similar to the java applet.

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									                                 SUN JRE Installation

SUN Java Runtime Environment (JRE) Version 6.0, Update 12 or Higher is required to
access Federal Student Aid Financial Management System (FMS). You need Administrator
rights on the computer to install this software. If you do not have them, contact your IT staff for
assistance. Installation of the software should be simple. Download the Software to your PC,
execute the program and follow the on screen instructions.

The following are some tips to help you if you are having trouble installing the software
in Windows XP.

1.     Verify that you have administrator rights on your PC.
       a.      Choose Start -> Settings -> Control Panel -> Users and Passwords
       b.      On the ‘Users and Passwords’ screen, find your user name and verify that your Group
               says “Administrators’
       c.      If not, please contact your IT staff for assistance.

2.     Internet Browser security settings must allow download and running ActiveX controls (see
       the screen shot on the following page).
       a.      Choose Tools --> Internet Options --> Security from the Internet Explorer menu.
       b.      Select Internet Zone, then press the Custom Level button to see the security settings
               for this zone.
       c.      "Download signed ActiveX Controls" should be enabled.
       d.      "Download unsigned ActiveX Controls" should be set to "Prompt".
       e.      "Initialize and Script ActiveX controls not marked as safe" should be set to "Prompt".
       f.      "Run ActiveX controls and plug-ins" should be set to "Enable".
       g.      "Script ActiveX controls marked safe for scripting" should be set to "Enable".
       h.      Press OK


3.     Pop-up blockers (like Windows XP SP2 or the Goggle Toolbar) that are enabled on your PC
       should be disabled before installing the software.

The following are some tips to help you if you are having trouble installing the software
in Windows Vista.
 

1.     Verify that you have administrator rights on your PC.
       a.      Choose Start -> Control Panel -> User Accounts -> Manage User Accounts
       b.      On the ‘User Accounts’ screen, find your user name and verify that your Group says
                “Administrators’
       c.      If not, please contact your IT staff for assistance.


2.     Internet Browser security settings must allow download and running ActiveX controls (see
       the screen shot on the following page).
       a.      Choose Tools --> Internet Options --> Security from the Internet Explorer menu.
     b.     Select Internet Zone, then press the Custom Level button to see the security settings
            for this zone.
     c.     "Download signed ActiveX Controls" should be enabled.
     d.     "Download unsigned ActiveX Controls" should be set to "Prompt".
     e.     "Initialize and Script ActiveX controls not marked as safe" should be set to "Prompt".
     f.     "Run ActiveX controls and plug-ins" should be set to "Enable".
     g.     "Script ActiveX controls marked safe for scripting" should be set to "Enable".
     h.     Press OK


3.   Pop-up blockers (like Windows XP SP2 or the Goggle Toolbar) that are enabled on your PC
     should be disabled before installing the software.

								
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