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    Learn how cross-site scripting filter can help keep your information protected when you use Internet Explorer 9.
    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.
    Explains you receive an undocumented error code 0x80020101 when you use the ActiveX Scripting interface to host an ActiveX Script Engine in Visual C++.
    Describes an update for Commerce Server 2009 to fix a potential cross-site scripting (XSS) issue in Commerce Server 2009.
    Error message may vary, but will look similar to the following: "ActiveX Scripting Transform 'DTSTransformation__1' was not able to initialize the script execution engine." This error occurs during the execution of a DTS package (used for FDM Loads).
    Resolves a vulnerability in the JScript and VBScript scripting engines that could allow remote code execution if a user visited a specially crafted Web site.
    Addresses a vulnerability by changing how the VBScript scripting engine handles objects in memory.
    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 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.

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