However, although we don’t recommend it, you can view the missing webpage content by tapping or clicking Run this time.This option runs the Active X control without updating or fixing the problem.All of these settings can be set in either the Computer Configuration or User Configuration scope, but Computer Configuration takes precedence over User Configuration.
If you enable this setting, IE logs Active X control information (including the source URI that loaded the control and whether it was blocked) to a local file.
The next time you visit a webpage running the same outdated app, you’ll get the notification again.
IE uses Microsoft’s or versionlist Win7file to determine whether an Active X control should be stopped from loading.
These files are updated with newly-discovered out-of-date Active X controls, which IE automatically downloads to your local copy of the file.
You can see your copy of the file here Security Note: Although we strongly recommend against it, if you don’t want your computer to automatically download the updated version list from Microsoft, run the following command from a command prompt: Turning off this automatic download breaks the out-of-date Active X control blocking feature by not letting the version list update with newly outdated controls, potentially compromising the security of your computer. Out-of-date Active X control blocking includes 4 new Group Policy settings that you can use to manage your web browser configuration, based on your domain controller.