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Feb 14, 2017 How to Install a CAB File in Windows 10 A cabinet is a single file, usually with a.cab extension, that stores compressed files in a file library. Some Windows 10 updates are redistributed in the.cab archive format. Webrec - Download. Install Activex Webrec Cab Controller Fuse Will we be able to install IE 11 in Windows 10? Place your rig specifics into your signature like I have. Controller control center 1und1.de control panel windows 10 control center 4 controller. Jun 05, 2020 Adjust ActiveX settings in Internet Explorer. Internet Explorer might not be set up to download or run ActiveX controls for security reasons. Changing some advanced security settings will let you download, install, or run the control, but your PC might be more vulnerable to security threats.




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There are a number of ways to allow the software to install. The steps below will describe how to add the website to your trusted list and then allow trusted websites to install unsigned ActiveX controls.


An Active X control download replaces any outdated form of the add-on currently in your computer's system. Using the free ActiveX download from Microsoft will let you know if you require a new installation of the add-on or if a simple patch will do. Let us provide you with the safest location to procure the version of the add-on that you need. Installing the wrong version can compound the problem, so make sure to give us a call at 1-855-929-2199 or stop by our website before you download the ActiveX control on your own.


While it's true that the Internet Explorer add-ons aren't going to be as useful to a frequent user of Firefox, Chrome or another web browser as they are to the Internet Explorer user, every Windows user ought to test their IE add-ons frequently and download Active X control updates. This is because of the cross-system nature of these small programs. IE add-ons share information between programs such as Word, Excel, Outlook and Media Player; without the latest up-to-date tools, these programs will run slowly and are more likely to crash.


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My issue is really with reaching some cameras I am getting a " webrec.cab " error which is an unknown publisher precaution. I have googled the heck out of this and there are some fixes out there with changing ActiveX settings but on some of our other systems on our network do have access without changing the ActiveX settings. One difference I can see is that the systems that do have access do have a newer version of IE11. I've tried to update through Microsoft update catalog and just standard updates but no luck. I'm currently running windows 10 and windows 7 on the systems in question the same issues on both. Any help is appreciated. Thanks


IE 11 should already be installed on your Win10 machine. open start menu type iexplore.exe and poof it shows up. see if that helps. MS rolls the IE11 updates into security patches for multiple items. so you won't always see it getting updated with a glance.


I don't think you can get Internet Explorer at all any more. Microsoft has officially said flat out "Do not use Internet Explorer any more". I'm almost positive they've removed the installer files from their website. The only option you're most likely going to find is the ActiveX changes - these are probably included in the newer version of IE.


In much the same way, if a software developer or publisher wants to be trusted by Windows operating systems or major browsers like Chrome and Firefox, they also have to undergo a background check. But instead of your school district checking out different personal and employment records, another trusted third party (a certificate authority, or CA) checks to make sure the software creator or their company is legitimate. When the process is complete, and the CA is satisfied that the software creator or company is legitimate, they issue a code signing certificate. A Code Signing Certificate Is Like an Official Stamp That Says Software Is TrustworthyA code signing certificate is a digital file that helps software developers gain the trust of browsers, operating systems and users (like you) by digitally signing their software or firmware. The way it works is that the software creator installs the certificate onto their computer. Whenever they create new software that they want to publish, they create it on that device and then use that certificate to apply something called a digital signature.


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  • Log in or Sign up to hide this advert. 2016/11/27drhans2Well-Known MemberThread StarterJoined:2003/09/07Messages:261Likes Received:1 Thanks for the reply.. I was hoping to try a lighter approach first.. and I would still need to clone my HD before doing a "Windows Restore "..I was looking at the Windows 10 Forums.. "Instructional Posts ". The 2nd one titled.. " How To Repair Windows 10 " looks promising..Not sure about Step Number 1... (This checks for component store corruption) From what little reading I've done vie google on component store.. I'm assuming the component store is the instructions that would allow the Windows user to set or change options within Windows.. and I'm assuming that Avast changed a Windows option that's now preventing me from installing a plugin. So in theory the "component store" is working OK.. but that a big assumption on my part.. So I'm not sure if I should perform step 1 or skip it..Steps 2 thru 17 seems to be a catch all approach and might be all I need.. again another assumption on my part.. Do you see any downside to trying this approach first, and should I do step 1 just to cover all bases?much thanks.. drhans2,#32016/11/27TonyTSuperGeekStaffJoined:2002/01/18Messages:9,050Likes Received:395 Try: Internet Options > Security tab > Trusted sites > add the Q-See "site ". 2004-2010No one has any right to force data on you and command you to believe it or else.If it is not true for you, it isn't true.TonyT,#42016/11/28drhans2Well-Known MemberThread StarterJoined:2003/09/07Messages:261Likes Received:1 Thanks for the reply.. I rechecked my Internet Options > Security tab > Trusted sites > and all was OK.. My NVR IP address was in the "Saved Site Window" & the Security Level was set to "Low "..I then tried removing and re-entering the NVR's address from the Trusted Site window... I added my local IP address for the NVR.. and set the Security level to Low... Then tied the access the NVR using IE 11.. No joy..I then went to the "Manage Add-Ons" in IE.. and tried to remove the Plugin that were disabled. (enable option was grayed out). No Joy there.. Then I went to File Folder... (C:\Program Files(x86)\webrec\WEB30\WebPlugin\uninst.exe)......and ran the "uninstall file" for the plugin.. After it completed the Uninstalled I shut down IE and then relaunched IE and tried the NVR again.. got the notice to load plugin first and did so.. No Joy.. same problem.. I do remember there were 2 plugins that needed to be installed.. maybe I'll trying calling Q-See and see about downloading the two files directly from them and install from the files.. Then I'm guessing its either the (Recovery process to Fresh install and retain your Files) option or the (How To Repair Windows 10) option.. drhans2,#52016/11/29retiredlearnerSuperGeekWindowsBBS Team MemberJoined:2004/06/25Messages:6,993Likes Received:471 Resetting lets you choose whether to keep your files or remove them, and then reinstalls Windows. To get started, go to Settings > Update & security > Reset this PC > Get started and choose an option.Click to expand...Keep my filesReinstalls Windows 10 and keeps your personal files.

  • Removes apps and drivers you installed.

  • Removes changes you made to settings.

  • Removes any apps your PC manufacturer installed. (If your PC came with Windows 10, apps from your PC manufacturer will be reinstalled.)

Click to expand... This is what I would try but I would probably do a sfc /scannow first.How to create a Windows 10 recovery disk TechRadar Last edited: 2016/11/29retiredlearner,#62016/11/30TonyTSuperGeekStaffJoined:2002/01/18Messages:9,050Likes Received:395 Updated Instructions to setup Internet Explorer to work with the plugins:QT Series: QTN IP Camera Local Setup for Internet ExplorerYou may also need to turn off ActiveX filtering: _id/2440/kw/NVR plugin 2004-2010No one has any right to force data on you and command you to believe it or else.If it is not true for you, it isn't true.TonyT,#72016/12/01drhans2Well-Known MemberThread StarterJoined:2003/09/07Messages:261Likes Received:1 Retiredlearner... Thanks for your suggestion to reinstall Windows 10 while leaving my documents & files intact.. However I have some setting and configuration options on various programs that would be labor intensive on my part to reinstall and reconfigure.. so I'm reluctant to do the reinstall.. Truth be told I've just about had with Windows 10.. and seeing that I'm already having issues with some programs and the reinstall will only add to those problems.. Maybe I should just scrap Windows 10 and switch to Ubuntu on my main computer.. then use a old computer with Windows 7 for my QC NVR.. But that also has its drawbacks.. Tony T... I tried the QTN Local IP Camera setup.. I was able to install it along with it's plugins.. but got nowhere when trying to use the program.. was not able to interface with the program.. I was hoping that programs plugin would reset the Windows Registry setting to allow my "grayed out plugin to be enabled ".. but no joy.. also tried the Active X filtering.. same.. no joy..I also was going to try to use the Restore Point that Avast saved on one of it's cleaning operations.. (the initial restore point that Avast saved after it installed itself was not shown when I first tried fixing the problem).. but now even that Restore Point is not showing.. I have over 20 GB of space allowed for Restore Points and only 4 Restore Points are ever showing using only 5.4 GB (9%) of the 20 GB allowed.. Tried checking the box to show more Restore Points but no joy.. Still shows only 4 Restore Points... FYI Microsoft.... Windows 10 (fill in the blank)... I was hoping something like changing a Windows 10 Registry entry from a 0 to a 1 would reverse what Avast did when it "safeguarded my system " after running a scan when I installed it... but I'm not versed enough to figure out where or how to do that.. Thanks to all for the help.. might just put this problem on the back burner for now.. .. drhans2,#82016/12/02TonyTSuperGeekStaffJoined:2002/01/18Messages:9,050Likes Received:395 Have you tried this? _id/880/kw/Q-See Network Video RecorderInstead of using IE you can use their client viewer program:QS Series: (Multi Client) PC/MAC Remote Monitoring SoftwareHow to add a DVR into Multi Client program Last edited: 2016/12/022004-2010No one has any right to force data on you and command you to believe it or else.If it is not true for you, it isn't true.TonyT,#92016/12/03drhans2Well-Known MemberThread StarterJoined:2003/09/07Messages:261Likes Received:1 TonyT... to answer your last reply... # 1.... (Have you tried this? _id/880/kw/Q-See Network Video Recorder)Answer... Yes I have entered my NVR's IP address in the sites window and have changed the security level to "LOW ".. (and I was previously able to view the NVR so I believe my setting are ok) # 2..... (Instead of using IE you can use their client viewer program: QS Series: (Multi Client) PC/MAC Remote Monitoring Software)Answer... There is a different Remote Monitoring program (QC VIEW) for my QC Series NVR.. (see link below)..QC Series: (QC View) PC/Mac Remote Monitoring SoftwareI've had (QC VIEW) installed for over a year now and I can use that "app ", but would much rather prefer to use the IE browser to access, review, config, and download any recorded files when the need arises.. The IE program is a closer match to the NVR's direct connection interface and is easier to navigate, and a much more practical program. (when it worked).. Q-SEE I believe would like to see IE access go away.. and have users access the eqpt vie their "apps" like (QC View or Multi Client).. Maybe I'm old school, but these new app's, and me using only a desktop computer don't get along very well.. My only option seems to be finding a way allow the plugin to reinstall itself, as it is now the plugin is listed in IE Add-Ons but it is grayed out and labeled as "Disabled" with no option or way to "Enable" the plugin and all my Reinstall attempts of that plugin fail about 1/2 way thru the install process.. I also see no way to edit the "Allowed" websites for this grayed out plugin.. currently only showing a ( * ) which might mean all websites but that's just a assumption on my part..... The only thing I haven't tried is Removing the ( * ) from the Allowed Window. (see attached file for plugin info.. )Seeing that I'm not willing to "Reinstall Windows" and that I have no "Restore Points" showing prior to me installing and trying Avast last month.. (even thou I'm only using 9% of my allotted 20 GB of HD space allotted to restore points).. I guess my options are limited..Maybe I'll try emailing Avast support.. Much thanks to TonyT & Retirdedlearner for the assist.. .. drhans2,#102016/12/03TonyTSuperGeekStaffJoined:2002/01/18Messages:9,050Likes Received:395 Uninstall the plugin and start anew. (auto activex remover from their site) _id/2493/kw/nvr pluginAfter reinstalling the active x control, close IE and open a command prompt as admin.The ocx file (activex control) should be stored in a cab file. Extract the files to a folder and use this command:regsvr32 folder\plugin-name.ocx Last edited: 2016/12/032004-2010No one has any right to force data on you and command you to believe it or else.If it is not true for you, it isn't true.TonyT,#112016/12/06drhans2Well-Known MemberThread StarterJoined:2003/09/07Messages:261Likes Received:1 I used the link you mentioned to uninstall the Active X Control, than added the NVR IP address back into the Security Tab - Trusted Sites- and set the Security Level to Low.. After that I got lost trying follow the rest of the instructions.. but this is what I did..I reset the Internet Options to what they need to be, added back in the NVR IP address, set Security level to Low, then tried to reinstalled the plugins, like before it tried to install but did not (visually) complete the process.. I then tried to uninstall the plugins vie the (Plugin Dedicated Uninstall File) in the Web Plugin Folder.. then tried to Re-Install the Plugin again, still no joy..I then.. ( Reset the Internet Options to their Default Setting) vie (Internet Options - Advanced Tab - Reset Internet Explorer Setting)..... Then changed the Internet Options to the correct setting for installing the plugins & tried reinstalling the plugins again, still no joy.. I later received a call back from Q-See support on this problem and discussed the steps already taken.. they suggested I try using Google Chrome along with Installing the (IE Tab App) in Chrome.. At that point I was able to access the NVR (using Google Chrome and the IE Tab App).. and was not prompted to add the plugins.. So I'm thinking maybe the IE Plugin problem has nothing to do with the Windows Registry.. see that the plugins were (assumed) already installed and working when I used the Google Chrome and it's IE Tab App..However since then I have not been able to access the NVR using Google Chrome... Can't get the (IE Tab) to work now.. keep getting the Install Plugins first message.. So don't know whats up with that.. At this point I'm going to try to install the 2 install files that are in my (C:\Program files (x86)\Webrec\WEB30\WebPlugin) folder.. Files are.... WebActiveEXE.exe & TimeGridEXE.exe by double clicking on them.. I think that's what you wanted me to do here.. (The ocx file (activex control) should be stored in a cab file. Extract the files to a folder and use this command:regsvr32 folder\plugin-name.ocx )However... I tried to double click on the files but nothing happened.. tried as Administrator also.. same nothing happened.. I thinking I'm beating a dead horse here.. might need to resort to (Reinstalling Window 10 while keeping my files option).. if I want IE & my NVR to work on this computer.. but will first contact Q-See Support and see if they can figure out why I could on first try but now can't access the NVR using Chrome & IE Tab.. Much thanks,denny.... drhans2,#122016/12/07TonyTSuperGeekStaffJoined:2002/01/18Messages:9,050Likes Received:395 Try this:Open the registry editor (don't worry, we're not going to change anything)Go to:HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Browser Helper ObjectsRight click Browser Helper Objects and select "Export ". Name the file as "export1" and save the file somewhere.Do the same for this registry key: (name as "export2 ")HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Browser Helper ObjectsRight click each file and select Edit. Copy+paste the contents here. 2004-2010No one has any right to force data on you and command you to believe it or else.If it is not true for you, it isn't true.<


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