Forms error - Rules issue?

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bottle

We contracted a designer to create an outlook form for us. I asked

the designer to summarize what the form is doing which is below.

“The form has a msflex grid component. When the form loads we are

loading data from a sql server and populating this grid. This is the

part that is triggering the security warning.”

We are getting errors and warnings on the client computers (xp box

with office 2003) and cannot figure out where they are coming from. I

am posting in this forum as I believe our server is forcing a policy

that is causing the issue. Problem is that I don’t know how to solve

it. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. The errors we are

receiving when using the form are listed below. We have an SBS 2003

server w/ service pack 2

Notification

Microsoft Forms

to help prevent malicious code from running, one or more objects in

this form were not loaded. For more information contract you

administrator.

Error

Event Management System

adxoutlookevents_Newinspector.error while opening the new item. Error

returned was could not find the specified object at

microsoft.visualbasic.compilerServices.latebinding.lateget.......

Error

Script Error

Could not find the specified object. Line No:7
 
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Sue Mosher [MVP]

See http://outlookcode.com/article.aspx?id=67, the section on Blocked

ActiveX Controls.

If you want help with code, you'll need to provide the actual statement. We

have no way of knowing what code line 7 contains.

Sue Mosher

"bottle" <emptybottlechicago@gmail.com> wrote in message

news:47c3c4f0-580e-4d3e-8bec-5958c09558f7@k19g2000prh.googlegroups.com...

We contracted a designer to create an outlook form for us. I asked

the designer to summarize what the form is doing which is below.

“The form has a msflex grid component. When the form loads we are

loading data from a sql server and populating this grid. This is the

part that is triggering the security warning.”

We are getting errors and warnings on the client computers (xp box

with office 2003) and cannot figure out where they are coming from. I

am posting in this forum as I believe our server is forcing a policy

that is causing the issue. Problem is that I don’t know how to solve

it. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. The errors we are

receiving when using the form are listed below. We have an SBS 2003

server w/ service pack 2

Notification

Microsoft Forms

to help prevent malicious code from running, one or more objects in

this form were not loaded. For more information contract you

administrator.

Error

Event Management System

adxoutlookevents_Newinspector.error while opening the new item. Error

returned was could not find the specified object at

microsoft.visualbasic.compilerServices.latebinding.lateget.......

Error

Script Error

Could not find the specified object. Line No:7
 
B

bottle

Thanks for your post. I am including the code from the form.

Unfortunately the desginer believes that this is a security issue that

is being controlled by our server, we just cant figure out where to

modify the rules.

Function Item_Open()

Set Page = GetInspector.ModifiedFormPages("Event Details")

Page.Controls("dtAnnouncement").height=17

Page.Controls("dtAnnouncement").width=105

Page.Controls("dtAnnouncement").value = Date()

Page.Controls("msfgArtist").height=99

Page.Controls("msfgArtist").width=463

Page.Controls("msfgPromotion").height=99

Page.Controls("msfgPromotion").width=463

End Function

The page has a MSFlexGrid control. Line 7 sets height on this control.

The security feature is preventing this.

On Apr 28, 4:10 pm, "Sue Mosher [MVP]" <sue...@turtleflock.com> wrote:
> Seehttp://outlookcode.com/article.aspx?id=67, the section on Blocked
> ActiveX Controls.

> If you want help with code, you'll need to provide the actual statement. We
> have no way of knowing what code line 7 contains.

> > Sue Mosher
>    >      >    
> "bottle" <emptybottlechic...@gmail.com> wrote in message

> news:47c3c4f0-580e-4d3e-8bec-5958c09558f7@k19g2000prh.googlegroups.com...
> We contracted a designer to create an outlook form for us.  I asked
> the designer to summarize what the form is doing which is below.

> “The form has a msflex grid component. When the form loads we are
> loading data from a sql server and populating this grid. This is the
> part that is triggering the security warning.”

> We are getting errors and warnings on the client computers (xp box
> with office 2003) and cannot figure out where they are coming from.  I
> am posting in this forum as I believe our server is forcing a policy
> that is causing the issue.  Problem is that I don’t know how to solve
> it.  Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.  The errors we are
> receiving when using the form are listed below.  We have an SBS 2003
> server w/ service pack 2

> Notification
> Microsoft Forms
> to help prevent malicious code from running, one or more objects in
> this form were not loaded.  For more information contract you
> administrator.

> Error
> Event Management System
> adxoutlookevents_Newinspector.error while opening the new item.  Error
> returned was could not find the specified object at
> microsoft.visualbasic.compilerServices.latebinding.lateget.......

> Error
> Script Error
> Could not find the specified object.  Line No:7
 
S

Sue Mosher [MVP]

Did you read the article I suggested? It contains information about security

issues related to using non-Outlook controls. It's usually an issue only

with one-off forms, which shouldn't be running code at all, unless the

network administrator is allowing code to run behind one-off forms. However,

it looks like there is also an add-in involved, not just a custom form. The

Event Management System error you shared is not coming from the form code.

As for the second error, if line 7 in the form code is this statement:

Page.Controls("msfgArtist").height=99

the "Could not find the specified object" error message suggests that the

Event Details page has no control named msfgArtist or that the control

cannot be loaded.

Sue Mosher

"bottle" <emptybottlechicago@gmail.com> wrote in message

news:6f327d46-dcd1-488d-b286-cc5e87164337@f1g2000prb.googlegroups.com...

Thanks for your post. I am including the code from the form.

Unfortunately the desginer believes that this is a security issue that

is being controlled by our server, we just cant figure out where to

modify the rules.

Function Item_Open()

Set Page = GetInspector.ModifiedFormPages("Event Details")

Page.Controls("dtAnnouncement").height=17

Page.Controls("dtAnnouncement").width=105

Page.Controls("dtAnnouncement").value = Date()

Page.Controls("msfgArtist").height=99

Page.Controls("msfgArtist").width=463

Page.Controls("msfgPromotion").height=99

Page.Controls("msfgPromotion").width=463

End Function

The page has a MSFlexGrid control. Line 7 sets height on this control.

The security feature is preventing this.

On Apr 28, 4:10 pm, "Sue Mosher [MVP]" <sue...@turtleflock.com> wrote:
> See http://outlookcode.com/article.aspx?id=67, the section on Blocked
> ActiveX Controls.

> If you want help with code, you'll need to provide the actual statement.
> We
> have no way of knowing what code line 7 contains.

> "bottle" <emptybottlechic...@gmail.com> wrote in message

> news:47c3c4f0-580e-4d3e-8bec-5958c09558f7@k19g2000prh.googlegroups.com...
> We contracted a designer to create an outlook form for us. I asked
> the designer to summarize what the form is doing which is below.

> “The form has a msflex grid component. When the form loads we are
> loading data from a sql server and populating this grid. This is the
> part that is triggering the security warning.”

> We are getting errors and warnings on the client computers (xp box
> with office 2003) and cannot figure out where they are coming from. I
> am posting in this forum as I believe our server is forcing a policy
> that is causing the issue. Problem is that I don’t know how to solve
> it. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. The errors we are
> receiving when using the form are listed below. We have an SBS 2003
> server w/ service pack 2

> Notification
> Microsoft Forms
> to help prevent malicious code from running, one or more objects in
> this form were not loaded. For more information contract you
> administrator.

> Error
> Event Management System
> adxoutlookevents_Newinspector.error while opening the new item. Error
> returned was could not find the specified object at
> microsoft.visualbasic.compilerServices.latebinding.lateget.......

> Error
> Script Error
> Could not find the specified object. Line No:7
 
B

bottle

Thank you for the article link. I did try making the registry edits

but to no avail. I think a rule is being introduced by our sbs 2003

server. Just don't know where to look. Any other suggestions?

On Apr 30, 11:18 am, "Sue Mosher [MVP]" <sue...@turtleflock.com
wrote:
> Did you read the article I suggested? It contains information about security
> issues related to using non-Outlook controls. It's usually an issue only
> with one-off forms, which shouldn't be running code at all, unless the
> network administrator is allowing code to run behind one-off forms. However,
> it looks like there is also an add-in involved, not just a custom form. The
> Event Management System error you shared is not coming from the form code..

> As for the second error, if line 7 in the form code is this statement:

>                 Page.Controls("msfgArtist").height=99

> the "Could not find the specified object" error message suggests that the
> Event Details page has no control named msfgArtist or that the control
> cannot be loaded.

> > Sue Mosher
>    >      >    
> "bottle" <emptybottlechic...@gmail.com> wrote in message

> news:6f327d46-dcd1-488d-b286-cc5e87164337@f1g2000prb.googlegroups.com...
> Thanks for your post.  I am including the code from the form.
> Unfortunately the desginer believes that this is a security issue that
> is being controlled by our server, we just cant figure out where to
> modify the rules.

> Function Item_Open()
>             Set Page = GetInspector.ModifiedFormPages("Event Details")
>             Page.Controls("dtAnnouncement").height=17
>             Page.Controls("dtAnnouncement").width=105
>             Page.Controls("dtAnnouncement").value = Date()

>             Page.Controls("msfgArtist").height=99
>             Page.Controls("msfgArtist").width=463

>             Page.Controls("msfgPromotion").height=99
>             Page.Controls("msfgPromotion").width=463
> End Function

> The page has a MSFlexGrid control. Line 7 sets height on this control.
> The security feature is preventing this.

> On Apr 28, 4:10 pm, "Sue Mosher [MVP]" <sue...@turtleflock.com> wrote:
>
> > Seehttp://outlookcode.com/article.aspx?id=67, the section on Blocked
> > ActiveX Controls.

>
> > If you want help with code, you'll need to provide the actual statement..
> > We
> > have no way of knowing what code line 7 contains.

>
> > "bottle" <emptybottlechic...@gmail.com> wrote in message

>
> >news:47c3c4f0-580e-4d3e-8bec-5958c09558f7@k19g2000prh.googlegroups.com....
> > We contracted a designer to create an outlook form for us. I asked
> > the designer to summarize what the form is doing which is below.

>
> > “The form has a msflex grid component. When the form loads we are
> > loading data from a sql server and populating this grid. This is the
> > part that is triggering the security warning.”

>
> > We are getting errors and warnings on the client computers (xp box
> > with office 2003) and cannot figure out where they are coming from. I
> > am posting in this forum as I believe our server is forcing a policy
> > that is causing the issue. Problem is that I don’t know how to solve
> > it. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. The errors we are
> > receiving when using the form are listed below. We have an SBS 2003
> > server w/ service pack 2

>
> > Notification
> > Microsoft Forms
> > to help prevent malicious code from running, one or more objects in
> > this form were not loaded. For more information contract you
> > administrator.

>
> > Error
> > Event Management System
> > adxoutlookevents_Newinspector.error while opening the new item. Error
> > returned was could not find the specified object at
> > microsoft.visualbasic.compilerServices.latebinding.lateget.......

>
> > Error
> > Script Error
> > Could not find the specified object. Line No:7
 
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Sue Mosher [MVP]

Have you checked with your own email administrators? Looked to see if

they've set up security in the Outlook Security Settings public folder?

Sue Mosher

"bottle" <emptybottlechicago@gmail.com> wrote in message

news:f1ba99ad-e080-4e45-84bc-009f99f2d30a@r3g2000vbp.googlegroups.com...

Thank you for the article link. I did try making the registry edits

but to no avail. I think a rule is being introduced by our sbs 2003

server. Just don't know where to look. Any other suggestions?

On Apr 30, 11:18 am, "Sue Mosher [MVP]" <sue...@turtleflock.com
wrote:
> Did you read the article I suggested? It contains information about
> security
> issues related to using non-Outlook controls. It's usually an issue only
> with one-off forms, which shouldn't be running code at all, unless the
> network administrator is allowing code to run behind one-off forms.
> However,
> it looks like there is also an add-in involved, not just a custom form.
> The
> Event Management System error you shared is not coming from the form code.

> As for the second error, if line 7 in the form code is this statement:

> Page.Controls("msfgArtist").height=99

> the "Could not find the specified object" error message suggests that the
> Event Details page has no control named msfgArtist or that the control
> cannot be loaded.



> "bottle" <emptybottlechic...@gmail.com> wrote in message

> news:6f327d46-dcd1-488d-b286-cc5e87164337@f1g2000prb.googlegroups.com...
> Thanks for your post. I am including the code from the form.
> Unfortunately the desginer believes that this is a security issue that
> is being controlled by our server, we just cant figure out where to
> modify the rules.

> Function Item_Open()
> Set Page = GetInspector.ModifiedFormPages("Event Details")
> Page.Controls("dtAnnouncement").height=17
> Page.Controls("dtAnnouncement").width=105
> Page.Controls("dtAnnouncement").value = Date()

> Page.Controls("msfgArtist").height=99
> Page.Controls("msfgArtist").width=463

> Page.Controls("msfgPromotion").height=99
> Page.Controls("msfgPromotion").width=463
> End Function

> The page has a MSFlexGrid control. Line 7 sets height on this control.
> The security feature is preventing this.

> On Apr 28, 4:10 pm, "Sue Mosher [MVP]" <sue...@turtleflock.com> wrote:
>
> > Seehttp://outlookcode.com/article.aspx?id=67, the section on Blocked
> > ActiveX Controls.

>
> > If you want help with code, you'll need to provide the actual statement.
> > We
> > have no way of knowing what code line 7 contains.

>
> > "bottle" <emptybottlechic...@gmail.com> wrote in message

>
> >news:47c3c4f0-580e-4d3e-8bec-5958c09558f7@k19g2000prh.googlegroups.com...
> > We contracted a designer to create an outlook form for us. I asked
> > the designer to summarize what the form is doing which is below.

>
> > “The form has a msflex grid component. When the form loads we are
> > loading data from a sql server and populating this grid. This is the
> > part that is triggering the security warning.”

>
> > We are getting errors and warnings on the client computers (xp box
> > with office 2003) and cannot figure out where they are coming from. I
> > am posting in this forum as I believe our server is forcing a policy
> > that is causing the issue. Problem is that I don’t know how to solve
> > it. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. The errors we are
> > receiving when using the form are listed below. We have an SBS 2003
> > server w/ service pack 2

>
> > Notification
> > Microsoft Forms
> > to help prevent malicious code from running, one or more objects in
> > this form were not loaded. For more information contract you
> > administrator.

>
> > Error
> > Event Management System
> > adxoutlookevents_Newinspector.error while opening the new item. Error
> > returned was could not find the specified object at
> > microsoft.visualbasic.compilerServices.latebinding.lateget.......

>
> > Error
> > Script Error
> > Could not find the specified object. Line No:7
 
B

bottle

Any idea where to check these security settings on an sbs 2003 box?

On May 3, 2:19 pm, "Sue Mosher [MVP]" <sue...@turtleflock.com> wrote:
> Have you checked with your own email administrators? Looked to see if
> they've set up security in the Outlook Security Settings public folder?
> > Sue Mosher
>    >      >    
> "bottle" <emptybottlechic...@gmail.com> wrote in message

> news:f1ba99ad-e080-4e45-84bc-009f99f2d30a@r3g2000vbp.googlegroups.com...
> Thank you for the article link.  I did try making the registry edits
> but to no avail.  I think a rule is being introduced by our sbs 2003
> server.  Just don't know where to look.  Any other suggestions?

> On Apr 30, 11:18 am, "Sue Mosher [MVP]" <sue...@turtleflock.com
> wrote:
>
> > Did you read the article I suggested? It contains information about
> > security
> > issues related to using non-Outlook controls. It's usually an issue only
> > with one-off forms, which shouldn't be running code at all, unless the
> > network administrator is allowing code to run behind one-off forms.
> > However,
> > it looks like there is also an add-in involved, not just a custom form.
> > The
> > Event Management System error you shared is not coming from the form code.

>
> > As for the second error, if line 7 in the form code is this statement:

>
> > Page.Controls("msfgArtist").height=99

>
> > the "Could not find the specified object" error message suggests that the
> >Event Detailspage has no control named msfgArtist or that the control
> > cannot be loaded.
> > "bottle" <emptybottlechic...@gmail.com> wrote in message

>
> >news:6f327d46-dcd1-488d-b286-cc5e87164337@f1g2000prb.googlegroups.com...
> > Thanks for your post. I am including the code from the form.
> > Unfortunately the desginer believes that this is a security issue that
> > is being controlled by our server, we just cant figure out where to
> > modify the rules.

>
> > Function Item_Open()
> > Set Page =GetInspector.ModifiedFormPages("Event Details")
> > Page.Controls("dtAnnouncement").height=17
> > Page.Controls("dtAnnouncement").width=105
> > Page.Controls("dtAnnouncement").value = Date()

>
> > Page.Controls("msfgArtist").height=99
> > Page.Controls("msfgArtist").width=463

>
> > Page.Controls("msfgPromotion").height=99
> > Page.Controls("msfgPromotion").width=463
> > End Function

>
> > The page has a MSFlexGrid control. Line 7 sets height on this control.
> > The security feature is preventing this.

>
> > On Apr 28, 4:10 pm, "Sue Mosher [MVP]" <sue...@turtleflock.com> wrote:

>
> > > Seehttp://outlookcode.com/article.aspx?id=67, the section on Blocked
> > > ActiveX Controls.

>
> > > If you want help with code, you'll need to provide the actual statement.
> > > We
> > > have no way of knowing what code line 7 contains.

>
> > > "bottle" <emptybottlechic...@gmail.com> wrote in message

>
> > >news:47c3c4f0-580e-4d3e-8bec-5958c09558f7@k19g2000prh.googlegroups.com....
> > > We contracted a designer to create an outlook form for us. I asked
> > > the designer to summarize what the form is doing which is below.

>
> > > “The form has a msflex grid component. When the form loads we are
> > > loading data from a sql server and populating this grid. This is the
> > > part that is triggering the security warning.”

>
> > > We are getting errors and warnings on the client computers (xp box
> > > with office 2003) and cannot figure out where they are coming from. I
> > > am posting in this forum as I believe our server is forcing a policy
> > > that is causing the issue. Problem is that I don’t know how to solve
> > > it. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. The errors we are
> > > receiving when using the form are listed below. We have an SBS 2003
> > > server w/ service pack 2

>
> > > Notification
> > > Microsoft Forms
> > > to help prevent malicious code from running, one or more objects in
> > > this form were not loaded. For more information contract you
> > > administrator.

>
> > > Error
> > > Event Management System
> > > adxoutlookevents_Newinspector.error while opening the new item. Error
> > > returned was could not find the specified object at
> > > microsoft.visualbasic.compilerServices.latebinding.lateget.......

>
> > > Error
> > > Script Error
> > > Could not find the specified object. Line No:7
 
S

Sue Mosher [MVP]

Exactly where I said to look: In the Public Folders hierarchy. Outlook

Security Settings, if present, is always a top-level folder under Public

Folders\All Folders.

Sue Mosher

"bottle" <emptybottlechicago@gmail.com> wrote in message

news:14ed158e-602f-481d-b4b8-59c0f99e5a23@z19g2000vbz.googlegroups.com...

Any idea where to check these security settings on an sbs 2003 box?

On May 3, 2:19 pm, "Sue Mosher [MVP]" <sue...@turtleflock.com> wrote:
> Have you checked with your own email administrators? Looked to see if
> they've set up security in the Outlook Security Settings public folder?

> "bottle" <emptybottlechic...@gmail.com> wrote in message

> news:f1ba99ad-e080-4e45-84bc-009f99f2d30a@r3g2000vbp.googlegroups.com...
> Thank you for the article link. I did try making the registry edits
> but to no avail. I think a rule is being introduced by our sbs 2003
> server. Just don't know where to look. Any other suggestions?

> On Apr 30, 11:18 am, "Sue Mosher [MVP]" <sue...@turtleflock.com
> wrote:
>
> > Did you read the article I suggested? It contains information about
> > security
> > issues related to using non-Outlook controls. It's usually an issue only
> > with one-off forms, which shouldn't be running code at all, unless the
> > network administrator is allowing code to run behind one-off forms.
> > However,
> > it looks like there is also an add-in involved, not just a custom form.
> > The
> > Event Management System error you shared is not coming from the form
> > code.

>
> > As for the second error, if line 7 in the form code is this statement:

>
> > Page.Controls("msfgArtist").height=99

>
> > the "Could not find the specified object" error message suggests that
> > the
> >Event Detailspage has no control named msfgArtist or that the control
> > cannot be loaded.
> > "bottle" <emptybottlechic...@gmail.com> wrote in message

>
> >news:6f327d46-dcd1-488d-b286-cc5e87164337@f1g2000prb.googlegroups.com...
> > Thanks for your post. I am including the code from the form.
> > Unfortunately the desginer believes that this is a security issue that
> > is being controlled by our server, we just cant figure out where to
> > modify the rules.

>
> > Function Item_Open()
> > Set Page =GetInspector.ModifiedFormPages("Event Details")
> > Page.Controls("dtAnnouncement").height=17
> > Page.Controls("dtAnnouncement").width=105
> > Page.Controls("dtAnnouncement").value = Date()

>
> > Page.Controls("msfgArtist").height=99
> > Page.Controls("msfgArtist").width=463

>
> > Page.Controls("msfgPromotion").height=99
> > Page.Controls("msfgPromotion").width=463
> > End Function

>
> > The page has a MSFlexGrid control. Line 7 sets height on this control.
> > The security feature is preventing this.

>
> > On Apr 28, 4:10 pm, "Sue Mosher [MVP]" <sue...@turtleflock.com> wrote:

>
> > > Seehttp://outlookcode.com/article.aspx?id=67, the section on Blocked
> > > ActiveX Controls.

>
> > > If you want help with code, you'll need to provide the actual
> > > statement.
> > > We
> > > have no way of knowing what code line 7 contains.

>
> > > "bottle" <emptybottlechic...@gmail.com> wrote in message

>
> > >news:47c3c4f0-580e-4d3e-8bec-5958c09558f7@k19g2000prh.googlegroups.com...
> > > We contracted a designer to create an outlook form for us. I asked
> > > the designer to summarize what the form is doing which is below.

>
> > > “The form has a msflex grid component. When the form loads we are
> > > loading data from a sql server and populating this grid. This is the
> > > part that is triggering the security warning.”

>
> > > We are getting errors and warnings on the client computers (xp box
> > > with office 2003) and cannot figure out where they are coming from. I
> > > am posting in this forum as I believe our server is forcing a policy
> > > that is causing the issue. Problem is that I don’t know how to solve
> > > it. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. The errors we are
> > > receiving when using the form are listed below. We have an SBS 2003
> > > server w/ service pack 2

>
> > > Notification
> > > Microsoft Forms
> > > to help prevent malicious code from running, one or more objects in
> > > this form were not loaded. For more information contract you
> > > administrator.

>
> > > Error
> > > Event Management System
> > > adxoutlookevents_Newinspector.error while opening the new item. Error
> > > returned was could not find the specified object at
> > > microsoft.visualbasic.compilerServices.latebinding.lateget.......

>
> > > Error
> > > Script Error
> > > Could not find the specified object. Line No:7
 
B

bottle

Outlook Security settings are not present. Any other suggestions?

Thanks in advance.

On May 4, 11:36 am, "Sue Mosher [MVP]" <sue...@turtleflock.com> wrote:
> Exactly where I said to look: In the Public Folders hierarchy. Outlook
> Security Settings, if present, is always a top-level folder under Public
> Folders\All Folders.

> > Sue Mosher
>    >      >    
> "bottle" <emptybottlechic...@gmail.com> wrote in message

> news:14ed158e-602f-481d-b4b8-59c0f99e5a23@z19g2000vbz.googlegroups.com...
> Any idea where to check these security settings on an sbs 2003 box?

> On May 3, 2:19 pm, "Sue Mosher [MVP]" <sue...@turtleflock.com> wrote:
>
> > Have you checked with your own email administrators? Looked to see if
> > they've set up security in the Outlook Security Settings public folder?

>
> > "bottle" <emptybottlechic...@gmail.com> wrote in message

>
> >news:f1ba99ad-e080-4e45-84bc-009f99f2d30a@r3g2000vbp.googlegroups.com...
> > Thank you for the article link. I did try making the registry edits
> > but to no avail. I think a rule is being introduced by our sbs 2003
> > server. Just don't know where to look. Any other suggestions?

>
> > On Apr 30, 11:18 am, "Sue Mosher [MVP]" <sue...@turtleflock.com
> > wrote:

>
> > > Did you read the article I suggested? It contains information about
> > > security
> > > issues related to using non-Outlook controls. It's usually an issue only
> > > with one-off forms, which shouldn't be running code at all, unless the
> > > network administrator is allowing code to run behind one-off forms.
> > > However,
> > > it looks like there is also an add-in involved, not just a custom form.
> > > The
> > > Event Management System error you shared is not coming from the form
> > > code.

>
> > > As for the second error, if line 7 in the form code is this statement:

>
> > > Page.Controls("msfgArtist").height=99

>
> > > the "Could not find the specified object" error message suggests that
> > > the
> > >Event Detailspage has no control named msfgArtist or that the control
> > > cannot be loaded.
> > > "bottle" <emptybottlechic...@gmail.com> wrote in message

>
> > >news:6f327d46-dcd1-488d-b286-cc5e87164337@f1g2000prb.googlegroups.com....
> > > Thanks for your post. I am including the code from the form.
> > > Unfortunately the desginer believes that this is a security issue that
> > > is being controlled by our server, we just cant figure out where to
> > > modify the rules.

>
> > > Function Item_Open()
> > > Set Page =GetInspector.ModifiedFormPages("Event Details")
> > > Page.Controls("dtAnnouncement").height=17
> > > Page.Controls("dtAnnouncement").width=105
> > > Page.Controls("dtAnnouncement").value = Date()

>
> > > Page.Controls("msfgArtist").height=99
> > > Page.Controls("msfgArtist").width=463

>
> > > Page.Controls("msfgPromotion").height=99
> > > Page.Controls("msfgPromotion").width=463
> > > End Function

>
> > > The page has a MSFlexGrid control. Line 7 sets height on this control..
> > > The security feature is preventing this.

>
> > > On Apr 28, 4:10 pm, "Sue Mosher [MVP]" <sue...@turtleflock.com> wrote:

>
> > > > Seehttp://outlookcode.com/article.aspx?id=67, the section on Blocked
> > > > ActiveX Controls.

>
> > > > If you want help with code, you'll need to provide the actual
> > > > statement.
> > > > We
> > > > have no way of knowing what code line 7 contains.

>
> > > > "bottle" <emptybottlechic...@gmail.com> wrote in message

>
> > > >news:47c3c4f0-580e-4d3e-8bec-5958c09558f7@k19g2000prh.googlegroups.com...
> > > > We contracted a designer to create an outlook form for us. I asked
> > > > the designer to summarize what the form is doing which is below.

>
> > > > “The form has a msflex grid component. When the form loads we are
> > > > loading data from a sql server and populating this grid. This is the
> > > > part that is triggering the security warning.”

>
> > > > We are getting errors and warnings on the client computers (xp box
> > > > with office 2003) and cannot figure out where they are coming from.I
> > > > am posting in this forum as I believe our server is forcing a policy
> > > > that is causing the issue. Problem is that I don’t know how to solve
> > > > it. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. The errors we are
> > > > receiving when using the form are listed below. We have an SBS 2003
> > > > server w/ service pack 2

>
> > > > Notification
> > > > Microsoft Forms
> > > > to help prevent malicious code from running, one or more objects in
> > > > this form were not loaded. For more information contract you
> > > > administrator.

>
> > > > Error
> > > > Event Management System
> > > > adxoutlookevents_Newinspector.error while opening the new item. Error
> > > > returned was could not find the specified object at
> > > > microsoft.visualbasic.compilerServices.latebinding.lateget.......

>
> > > > Error
> > > > Script Error
> > > > Could not find the specified object. Line No:7
 
S

Sue Mosher [MVP]

The only other thing I can think of is that maybe the flexgrid control

wasn't properly registered so it can't load. That's not an Outlook issue,

but an issue with the custom application's setup.

I don't think this has anything to do with your SBS server.

Sue Mosher

"bottle" <emptybottlechicago@gmail.com> wrote in message

news:b81a0481-3684-4f92-929d-2222ff1ca4ee@s20g2000vbp.googlegroups.com...

Outlook Security settings are not present. Any other suggestions?

Thanks in advance.

On May 4, 11:36 am, "Sue Mosher [MVP]" <sue...@turtleflock.com> wrote:
> Exactly where I said to look: In the Public Folders hierarchy. Outlook
> Security Settings, if present, is always a top-level folder under Public
> Folders\All Folders.

> > Sue Mosher
> > > "bottle" <emptybottlechic...@gmail.com> wrote in message

> news:14ed158e-602f-481d-b4b8-59c0f99e5a23@z19g2000vbz.googlegroups.com...
> Any idea where to check these security settings on an sbs 2003 box?

> On May 3, 2:19 pm, "Sue Mosher [MVP]" <sue...@turtleflock.com> wrote:
>
> > Have you checked with your own email administrators? Looked to see if
> > they've set up security in the Outlook Security Settings public folder?

>
> > "bottle" <emptybottlechic...@gmail.com> wrote in message

>
> >news:f1ba99ad-e080-4e45-84bc-009f99f2d30a@r3g2000vbp.googlegroups.com...
> > Thank you for the article link. I did try making the registry edits
> > but to no avail. I think a rule is being introduced by our sbs 2003
> > server. Just don't know where to look. Any other suggestions?

>
> > On Apr 30, 11:18 am, "Sue Mosher [MVP]" <sue...@turtleflock.com
> > wrote:

>
> > > Did you read the article I suggested? It contains information about
> > > security
> > > issues related to using non-Outlook controls. It's usually an issue
> > > only
> > > with one-off forms, which shouldn't be running code at all, unless the
> > > network administrator is allowing code to run behind one-off forms.
> > > However,
> > > it looks like there is also an add-in involved, not just a custom
> > > form.
> > > The
> > > Event Management System error you shared is not coming from the form
> > > code.

>
> > > As for the second error, if line 7 in the form code is this statement:

>
> > > Page.Controls("msfgArtist").height=99

>
> > > the "Could not find the specified object" error message suggests that
> > > the
> > >Event Detailspage has no control named msfgArtist or that the control
> > > cannot be loaded.
> > > "bottle" <emptybottlechic...@gmail.com> wrote in message

>
> > >news:6f327d46-dcd1-488d-b286-cc5e87164337@f1g2000prb.googlegroups.com...
> > > Thanks for your post. I am including the code from the form.
> > > Unfortunately the desginer believes that this is a security issue that
> > > is being controlled by our server, we just cant figure out where to
> > > modify the rules.

>
> > > Function Item_Open()
> > > Set Page =GetInspector.ModifiedFormPages("Event Details")
> > > Page.Controls("dtAnnouncement").height=17
> > > Page.Controls("dtAnnouncement").width=105
> > > Page.Controls("dtAnnouncement").value = Date()

>
> > > Page.Controls("msfgArtist").height=99
> > > Page.Controls("msfgArtist").width=463

>
> > > Page.Controls("msfgPromotion").height=99
> > > Page.Controls("msfgPromotion").width=463
> > > End Function

>
> > > The page has a MSFlexGrid control. Line 7 sets height on this control.
> > > The security feature is preventing this.

>
> > > On Apr 28, 4:10 pm, "Sue Mosher [MVP]" <sue...@turtleflock.com> wrote:

>
> > > > Seehttp://outlookcode.com/article.aspx?id=67, the section on Blocked
> > > > ActiveX Controls.

>
> > > > If you want help with code, you'll need to provide the actual
> > > > statement.
> > > > We
> > > > have no way of knowing what code line 7 contains.

>
> > > > "bottle" <emptybottlechic...@gmail.com> wrote in message

>
> > > >news:47c3c4f0-580e-4d3e-8bec-5958c09558f7@k19g2000prh.googlegroups.com...
> > > > We contracted a designer to create an outlook form for us. I asked
> > > > the designer to summarize what the form is doing which is below.

>
> > > > “The form has a msflex grid component. When the form loads we are
> > > > loading data from a sql server and populating this grid. This is the
> > > > part that is triggering the security warning.”

>
> > > > We are getting errors and warnings on the client computers (xp box
> > > > with office 2003) and cannot figure out where they are coming from.
> > > > I
> > > > am posting in this forum as I believe our server is forcing a policy
> > > > that is causing the issue. Problem is that I don’t know how to solve
> > > > it. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. The errors we are
> > > > receiving when using the form are listed below. We have an SBS 2003
> > > > server w/ service pack 2

>
> > > > Notification
> > > > Microsoft Forms
> > > > to help prevent malicious code from running, one or more objects in
> > > > this form were not loaded. For more information contract you
> > > > administrator.

>
> > > > Error
> > > > Event Management System
> > > > adxoutlookevents_Newinspector.error while opening the new item.
> > > > Error
> > > > returned was could not find the specified object at
> > > > microsoft.visualbasic.compilerServices.latebinding.lateget.......

>
> > > > Error
> > > > Script Error
> > > > Could not find the specified object. Line No:7
 
B

bottle

The form loads if we make the registry changes suggested in the link

you provided. Does that rule out a problem with the registration of

the control?

On May 4, 1:59 pm, "Sue Mosher [MVP]" <sue...@turtleflock.com> wrote:
> The only other thing I can think of is that maybe the flexgrid control
> wasn't properly registered so it can't load. That's not an Outlook issue,
> but an issue with the custom application's setup.

> I don't think this has anything to do with your SBS server.

> > Sue Mosher
>    >      >    
> "bottle" <emptybottlechic...@gmail.com> wrote in message

> news:b81a0481-3684-4f92-929d-2222ff1ca4ee@s20g2000vbp.googlegroups.com...
> Outlook Security settings are not present.  Any other suggestions?
> Thanks in advance.

> On May 4, 11:36 am, "Sue Mosher [MVP]" <sue...@turtleflock.com> wrote:
>
> > Exactly where I said to look: In the Public Folders hierarchy. Outlook
> > Security Settings, if present, is always a top-level folder under Public
> > Folders\All Folders.

>
> > > > Sue Mosher
> > > > > >

>
> > "bottle" <emptybottlechic...@gmail.com> wrote in message

>
> >news:14ed158e-602f-481d-b4b8-59c0f99e5a23@z19g2000vbz.googlegroups.com....
> > Any idea where to check these security settings on an sbs 2003 box?

>
> > On May 3, 2:19 pm, "Sue Mosher [MVP]" <sue...@turtleflock.com> wrote:

>
> > > Have you checked with your own email administrators? Looked to see if
> > > they've set up security in the Outlook Security Settings public folder?

>
> > > "bottle" <emptybottlechic...@gmail.com> wrote in message

>
> > >news:f1ba99ad-e080-4e45-84bc-009f99f2d30a@r3g2000vbp.googlegroups.com....
> > > Thank you for the article link. I did try making the registry edits
> > > but to no avail. I think a rule is being introduced by our sbs 2003
> > > server. Just don't know where to look. Any other suggestions?

>
> > > On Apr 30, 11:18 am, "Sue Mosher [MVP]" <sue...@turtleflock.com
> > > wrote:

>
> > > > Did you read the article I suggested? It contains information about
> > > > security
> > > > issues related to using non-Outlook controls. It's usually an issue
> > > > only
> > > > with one-off forms, which shouldn't be running code at all, unless the
> > > > network administrator is allowing code to run behind one-off forms.
> > > > However,
> > > > it looks like there is also an add-in involved, not just a custom
> > > > form.
> > > > The
> > > > Event Management System error you shared is not coming from the form
> > > > code.

>
> > > > As for the second error, if line 7 in the form code is this statement:

>
> > > > Page.Controls("msfgArtist").height=99

>
> > > > the "Could not find the specified object" error message suggests that
> > > > the
> > > >Event Detailspage has no control named msfgArtist or that the control
> > > > cannot be loaded.
> > > > "bottle" <emptybottlechic...@gmail.com> wrote in message

>
> > > >news:6f327d46-dcd1-488d-b286-cc5e87164337@f1g2000prb.googlegroups.com...
> > > > Thanks for your post. I am including the code from the form.
> > > > Unfortunately the desginer believes that this is a security issue that
> > > > is being controlled by our server, we just cant figure out where to
> > > > modify the rules.

>
> > > > Function Item_Open()
> > > > Set Page =GetInspector.ModifiedFormPages("Event Details")
> > > > Page.Controls("dtAnnouncement").height=17
> > > > Page.Controls("dtAnnouncement").width=105
> > > > Page.Controls("dtAnnouncement").value = Date()

>
> > > > Page.Controls("msfgArtist").height=99
> > > > Page.Controls("msfgArtist").width=463

>
> > > > Page.Controls("msfgPromotion").height=99
> > > > Page.Controls("msfgPromotion").width=463
> > > > End Function

>
> > > > The page has a MSFlexGrid control. Line 7 sets height on this control.
> > > > The security feature is preventing this.

>
> > > > On Apr 28, 4:10 pm, "Sue Mosher [MVP]" <sue...@turtleflock.com> wrote:

>
> > > > > Seehttp://outlookcode.com/article.aspx?id=67, the section on Blocked
> > > > > ActiveX Controls.

>
> > > > > If you want help with code, you'll need to provide the actual
> > > > > statement.
> > > > > We
> > > > > have no way of knowing what code line 7 contains.

>
> > > > > "bottle" <emptybottlechic...@gmail.com> wrote in message

>
> > > > >news:47c3c4f0-580e-4d3e-8bec-5958c09558f7@k19g2000prh.googlegroups..com...
> > > > > We contracted a designer to create an outlook form for us. I asked
> > > > > the designer to summarize what the form is doing which is below.

>
> > > > > “The form has a msflex grid component. When the form loads we are
> > > > > loading data from a sql server and populating this grid. This is the
> > > > > part that is triggering the security warning.”

>
> > > > > We are getting errors and warnings on the client computers (xp box
> > > > > with office 2003) and cannot figure out where they are coming from.
> > > > > I
> > > > > am posting in this forum as I believe our server is forcing a policy
> > > > > that is causing the issue. Problem is that I don’t know how to solve
> > > > > it. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. The errors we are
> > > > > receiving when using the form are listed below. We have an SBS 2003
> > > > > server w/ service pack 2

>
> > > > > Notification
> > > > > Microsoft Forms
> > > > > to help prevent malicious code from running, one or more objects in
> > > > > this form were not loaded. For more information contract you
> > > > > administrator.

>
> > > > > Error
> > > > > Event Management System
> > > > > adxoutlookevents_Newinspector.error while opening the new item.
> > > > > Error
> > > > > returned was could not find the specified object at
> > > > > microsoft.visualbasic.compilerServices.latebinding.lateget.......

>
> > > > > Error
> > > > > Script Error
> > > > > Could not find the specified object. Line No:7
 
S

Sue Mosher [MVP]

I'm totally confused now. Didn't you post earlier:


> > > Thank you for the article link. I did try making the registry edits
> > > but to no avail.


If so, then what's the problem?

Sue Mosher

"bottle" <emptybottlechicago@gmail.com> wrote in message

news:2f3b0754-e726-46e5-ad5a-db0b935c1e20@e20g2000vbc.googlegroups.com...

The form loads if we make the registry changes suggested in the link

you provided. Does that rule out a problem with the registration of

the control?

On May 4, 1:59 pm, "Sue Mosher [MVP]" <sue...@turtleflock.com> wrote:
> The only other thing I can think of is that maybe the flexgrid control
> wasn't properly registered so it can't load. That's not an Outlook issue,
> but an issue with the custom application's setup.

> I don't think this has anything to do with your SBS server.

> "bottle" <emptybottlechic...@gmail.com> wrote in message

> news:b81a0481-3684-4f92-929d-2222ff1ca4ee@s20g2000vbp.googlegroups.com...
> Outlook Security settings are not present. Any other suggestions?
> Thanks in advance.

> On May 4, 11:36 am, "Sue Mosher [MVP]" <sue...@turtleflock.com> wrote:
>
> > Exactly where I said to look: In the Public Folders hierarchy. Outlook
> > Security Settings, if present, is always a top-level folder under Public
> > Folders\All Folders.

>
> > > > Sue Mosher
> > > > > >

>
> > "bottle" <emptybottlechic...@gmail.com> wrote in message

>
> >news:14ed158e-602f-481d-b4b8-59c0f99e5a23@z19g2000vbz.googlegroups.com...
> > Any idea where to check these security settings on an sbs 2003 box?

>
> > On May 3, 2:19 pm, "Sue Mosher [MVP]" <sue...@turtleflock.com> wrote:

>
> > > Have you checked with your own email administrators? Looked to see if
> > > they've set up security in the Outlook Security Settings public
> > > folder?

>
> > > "bottle" <emptybottlechic...@gmail.com> wrote in message

>
> > >news:f1ba99ad-e080-4e45-84bc-009f99f2d30a@r3g2000vbp.googlegroups.com...
> > > Thank you for the article link. I did try making the registry edits
> > > but to no avail. I think a rule is being introduced by our sbs 2003
> > > server. Just don't know where to look. Any other suggestions?

>
> > > On Apr 30, 11:18 am, "Sue Mosher [MVP]" <sue...@turtleflock.com
> > > wrote:

>
> > > > Did you read the article I suggested? It contains information about
> > > > security
> > > > issues related to using non-Outlook controls. It's usually an issue
> > > > only
> > > > with one-off forms, which shouldn't be running code at all, unless
> > > > the
> > > > network administrator is allowing code to run behind one-off forms.
> > > > However,
> > > > it looks like there is also an add-in involved, not just a custom
> > > > form.
> > > > The
> > > > Event Management System error you shared is not coming from the form
> > > > code.

>
> > > > As for the second error, if line 7 in the form code is this
> > > > statement:

>
> > > > Page.Controls("msfgArtist").height=99

>
> > > > the "Could not find the specified object" error message suggests
> > > > that
> > > > the
> > > >Event Detailspage has no control named msfgArtist or that the control
> > > > cannot be loaded.
> > > > "bottle" <emptybottlechic...@gmail.com> wrote in message

>
> > > >news:6f327d46-dcd1-488d-b286-cc5e87164337@f1g2000prb.googlegroups.com...
> > > > Thanks for your post. I am including the code from the form.
> > > > Unfortunately the desginer believes that this is a security issue
> > > > that
> > > > is being controlled by our server, we just cant figure out where to
> > > > modify the rules.

>
> > > > Function Item_Open()
> > > > Set Page =GetInspector.ModifiedFormPages("Event Details")
> > > > Page.Controls("dtAnnouncement").height=17
> > > > Page.Controls("dtAnnouncement").width=105
> > > > Page.Controls("dtAnnouncement").value = Date()

>
> > > > Page.Controls("msfgArtist").height=99
> > > > Page.Controls("msfgArtist").width=463

>
> > > > Page.Controls("msfgPromotion").height=99
> > > > Page.Controls("msfgPromotion").width=463
> > > > End Function

>
> > > > The page has a MSFlexGrid control. Line 7 sets height on this
> > > > control.
> > > > The security feature is preventing this.

>
> > > > On Apr 28, 4:10 pm, "Sue Mosher [MVP]" <sue...@turtleflock.com
> > > > wrote:

>
> > > > > Seehttp://outlookcode.com/article.aspx?id=67, the section on
> > > > > Blocked
> > > > > ActiveX Controls.

>
> > > > > If you want help with code, you'll need to provide the actual
> > > > > statement.
> > > > > We
> > > > > have no way of knowing what code line 7 contains.

>
> > > > > "bottle" <emptybottlechic...@gmail.com> wrote in message

>
> > > > >news:47c3c4f0-580e-4d3e-8bec-5958c09558f7@k19g2000prh.googlegroups.com...
> > > > > We contracted a designer to create an outlook form for us. I asked
> > > > > the designer to summarize what the form is doing which is below.

>
> > > > > “The form has a msflex grid component. When the form loads we are
> > > > > loading data from a sql server and populating this grid. This is
> > > > > the
> > > > > part that is triggering the security warning.”

>
> > > > > We are getting errors and warnings on the client computers (xp box
> > > > > with office 2003) and cannot figure out where they are coming
> > > > > from.
> > > > > I
> > > > > am posting in this forum as I believe our server is forcing a
> > > > > policy
> > > > > that is causing the issue. Problem is that I don’t know how to
> > > > > solve
> > > > > it. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. The errors we are
> > > > > receiving when using the form are listed below. We have an SBS
> > > > > 2003
> > > > > server w/ service pack 2

>
> > > > > Notification
> > > > > Microsoft Forms
> > > > > to help prevent malicious code from running, one or more objects
> > > > > in
> > > > > this form were not loaded. For more information contract you
> > > > > administrator.

>
> > > > > Error
> > > > > Event Management System
> > > > > adxoutlookevents_Newinspector.error while opening the new item.
> > > > > Error
> > > > > returned was could not find the specified object at
> > > > > microsoft.visualbasic.compilerServices.latebinding.lateget.......

>
> > > > > Error
> > > > > Script Error
> > > > > Could not find the specified object. Line No:7
 
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