Q3250020: Is it possible to use the component in an HTML page on a PC? Do you have an HTML sample available?
Yes it is possible. There is an online sample that shows how to use the component in an HTML page. In this sample, the ActiveXperts Serial Port Component ActiveX component is downloaded and installed automatically from the ActiveXperts web site. You get prompted to trust the activexperts.com site. You can customize this HTML sample, and let the ActiveX source point to another location by changing the 'codebase' reference inside this HTML file. To avoid prompting, please read article Q3250025...
There are basically three ways to avoid prompting: Add the website that hosts the ActiveX component to the trusted sites of all Internet Explorers. This would need some automatic configuration on your LAN's Internet Explorers, for instance through Group Policy (recommended) or through logon script. This way you only decrease Internet Explorer security for that particular site. Security for all other sites remains the same. This solution only works as long as the Serial Port Component users ar...
Q3250030: I want to sign the ActiveXpertsSerial Port Component module so it can be used by any browser in our network without any security alerts. How can I digitally sign the module?
Please read the following article: How to digitally sign an ActiveXperts software component.
Q3250040: Is it possible to use the component in an HTML page using a Mozilla FireFox browser?
By default, the Mozilla FireFox browser is not configured to support sites that load ActiveX controls. By using a plugin it is possible to run the Serial Port Component control. Click here to learn how to enable Serial Port Component for your Mozilla browser.
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