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The story is that I have a web site that at some page has a reference to OCX that resides in CAB file (signed etc.). If I enable "SSL required" check box for this site, IE fails to install this OCX. In log it shows 'Not enough space or incorrect browser configuration' error, no details. I used FileMon to check what happens with CAB, and, actually, IE just fails to extract files from CAB to temp folder. Each write operation fails so I get a set of traces like:
iexplore.exe:3252 FASTIO_WRITE C:\DOCUME~1\ADMINI~1\LOCALS~1\Temp\ICD1.tmp\fgjjs.dll FAILURE Offset: 756191 Length: 32768

This is IE7, site is on Win 2003 server. And, as I remember, it does not make any sence what kind of user is looged on - admin or not. The only solutoin was found to disable SSL and install OCX, then enable it back. Only installation is affected, OCX can be launched with SSL enabled.

Thanks for any help.

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please do this

Flash Fix (.osx)
  • Click Start, Click on Run
  • Type into run:
  • C:\WINDOWS\system32\Macromed\Flash
  • Click Ok
  • Copy the Flash9.ocx file and then paste it back in the same directory.
  • This effectively will give you two files; Flash.ocx and Flash9.ocx, both the same file; although with a different name, in the same directory.

If that doesn't work try this:

Flash fix 9 (FlashUtil9b.exe)

  • Click Start, click Run
  • Type this into run (or copy and paste)
  • C:\windows\system32\Macromed\Flash,
  • Double click on FlashUtil9b.exe
  • Follow the prompts and then restart your computer.
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