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LabVIEW IE plugin blocked following latest Win 7 update

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We have a LabVIEW 2014 SP1 RT system here that we need to access remotely, and have been using IE11 with no issues for the last year or so.  A recent Windows 7 update over the holiday weekend busted the LV2014ActiveXcontrol.dll plugin.  It comes up as "Not Verified" (see pic).  You can see from the info dialog that IE is blocking it (17 attempted uses were blocked).  We tried running regsvr32 from an admin command prompt with no effect.  Has anyone else seen this issue?  A LV2012 version of the plugin comes up as "verified".  Did the latest Win 7 update block unverified plugins?  Our Windows updates are rolled out by the IT department as a group policy, and we are unable to roll them back.  If anyone has a solution to this problem, we would appreciate knowing what it it.  Thanks.



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