This browser does not support Java or Java support has been disabled

When trying to access Java calendar in GW65 web access:

"This browser does not support Java or Java support has been
disabled."

Works fine for Mozilla.  Not for IE6.

I'm sure it's a security setting in IE6.  I'm not running SPYbot or
anthing
else like that in the background.

Suggestions?

Brian





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