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Using Thresholds

Using Thresholds

Using Thresholds

(OP)
Since upgrading my workstation to XP professional and IE6 SP1 using 128bit Cypher I am unable to see the threshold indicator used in File System Space Used screen. This is still visible from other workstations running NT4 with IE6. Any ideas which IE setting \ security option I need to alter to fix this.

many thanks

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If it doesn't leak oil it must be empty!!

RE: Using Thresholds

I had several problems with IE6 SP1. Esspecialy java works gives some problems. Insight Managers uses java to display some items. I uninstalled IE6 SP1 and java did the right things. On the microsoft i could find anything about this problem. Probably no one has problems with SP1.

RE: Using Thresholds

(OP)
It seems the problem was caused by XP SP1a.

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