Describes how you may receive a "1607:Unable to install InstallShield Scripting runtime" error message when you try to install software on a Windows XP-based computer. You can resolve this problem by using one of several methods.
Describes the issue where you receive an "Access Denied" or a "Permission Denied" scripting error message when you browse a secure Web site that contains multiple frames. Provides a workaround for this issue.
Describes a problem where you receive a scripting error or a blank page when you visit the Windows Update Web site or the Microsoft Update Web site. To resolve the problem, disable all third-party programs by performing a clean restart.
Microsoft Windows Scripting Self-Paced Learning Guide0-7356-1981-6 This article contains comments, corrections, and information about known errors relating to the Microsoft Press book Microsoft Windows Scripting Self-Paced Learning Guide,...
OWebComp.exe is a self-extracting executable file that contains a series of scripting samples that demonstrate the features and usage of the Microsoft Office Web Components. The samples use VBScript and Active Server Pages (ASP).
Explains that there is an update to the scripting files that you use to migrate from Exchange 2000 Server Instant Messaging to Live Communications Server 2003. This article contains a link to download the updated scripting files.