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Consider the following scenario. You use Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 to visit a Web site that contains a link to a document. You click the link to the document, and then click Open to open the document.
For example, you connect to a Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services Web site, and then you click a link to open a document that is located in a document library.
The document opens as expected. Then, you click Back in Internet Explorer. When you click the link to the document again, you receive the following error message:
The page cannot be displayed.
You cannot open the document again.
Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 2 (SP2) and Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 1 (SP1) add a new feature to Microsoft Internet Explorer 6: the information bar. The information bar is a gold bar that appears just under the address bar. The information bar provides information about downloads, blocked pop-up windows, potential security risks, and other activities. The information bar feature includes the ActiveX control auto-blocking feature. This feature uses the information bar to ask you whether you want to install an ActiveX control. Under certain conditions, an ActiveX control may be downloaded two times when you visit a Web page that includes the control.