Web pages containing VR images may display a security warning when
previewed on your local computer through Internet Explorer. You may see
a message similar to one or both of the following:
"To help protect your security, Internet Explorer has
restricted this file from showing active content that could access your
computer. Click here for options..."
"Allowing active content such as script and ActiveX
controls can be useful, but active content might also harm your computer.
Are you sure you want to let this file run active content?"
To properly view the web page, you must allow Internet Explorer to display
the active content in the web page.
Note: The security warnings are only displayed when you open
the web page from a local file. Internet Explorer will not show the messages
when your web page is displayed from an internet web site.
For more information, refer to
Explorer may display a security warning for web pages containing a VR image.
Installing Support for Java
Certain VR viewers require that your browser supports Java. In the past,
support for Java was automatically included with Internet Explorer. However, since
the release of Windows XP, Microsoft has not included Java with Internet Explorer.
You have to install it separately. You can download and install Java here:
Here is a web page to detect whether Java is installed in your browser: