IE patch breaks Siebel client

Monday, 17 April 2006, 1:02 AM EST

Significant changes made in a security patch from Microsoft to the way Internet Explorer processes ActiveX can cause Siebel 7 client software to lock up and become unusable.

The Siebel problem is one of several issues that prompted Microsoft to release a "compatibility patch" in conjunction with this month's security updates, which undoes the ActiveX changes for another 60 days.

At Network World.

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