The ‘secmgr’ object is the MeadCo Security Manager which provides license enabling and information for other objects, such as ScriptX and ScriptX printing.

For client-side usage in Internet Explorer, Security Manager is a non-visual object and should be instantiated in the <head> or <body> section of a document as early as possible.

Here is an example of a Security Manager object which validates ScriptX's advanced printing:

If the ‘PerUser’ value is ‘false’ then a valid and accepted license will be stored in the local machine registry. When protected mode is enabled in Internet Explorer, an elevation prompt will occur to enable this.

With server-side and application licenses, instructions are provided with the license on how to successfully install and apply the license.

In application and server-side usage, Security Manager is instantiated by the usual technique of creating a COM object.

For example:


Basic properties

License, result, validLicense

Basic methods