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Error when starting WD View Designer on W2k8 Server

When trying to open a WD View I get the following error in NWDS 7.3 SP5:

Configuring IE ESC in the ServerManager would fix the problem, but then the browser always shows a warning - so this is not an option.

Enabling "Active Scripting" in IE Security for Internet Zone makes that the popup does not show up anymore, but the Views Designer does not work well: it does not update the view when doing changes and there are no context menus

The MS Visual C++ 2008 and 2010 Redistributables are installed on the computer.

Any idea?

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    Posted on Sep 05, 2013 at 07:32 AM

    We have found out that the problem seems to be fixed in the latest NWDS Versions (eg. 7.31 SP7). Previously we've used NWDS 7.30 SP5, where the problem exists - even after installing MS VB Express (with all the latest .NET and redistributables).

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    Posted on Aug 20, 2013 at 05:23 PM

    Have you tried adding the local path file:///D:/IDE/eclipse to the Local intranet Zone?

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      Try if setting "Allow active content to run in files on My Computer" under Advanced settings helps. What if you press "Add..." when prompted, doesn't work either? I think disabling IE ESC and living with the browser warning would be the way to go.

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