You may receive an error message indicating that the Internet Explorer script has failed. You can now take a few steps to fix this problem, and we’ll get back to that shortly.
This article resolves an issue where a web page could not be viewed when a script error occurs in Internet Explorer.
Original product version: Internet Explorer 11, Internet Explorer 10, Internet Explorer 9
Original Knowledge Base Number: 308260
What To Do If An Internet Explorer Script Error Appears When Opening User Accounts In Control Panel:
In Control Panel, you get a script error message when you click User Accounts and you see:
Internet Explorer Script Error
There was an error in the script on this page.
Error: Access Denied
URL: res: // C: Windows system32 nusrmgr.cpl / nusrmgr.hta
Do you want to continue executing scripts on this page?
The option to click “Yes” or “No”, no matter how hard you click, will remain open in the User Accounts dialog box.
There is no real solution to this error. It looks like this is an undocumented bug on Windows XP SP2, but eatingis the way to avoid it. Don’t hit user accounts often. If you click on it three or more times, it will happen.
How To Fix Script Errors
Script errors are most common in Internet Explorer or the application that IE uses to access the Internet or run local scripts. As such, most of these troubleshooting steps apply to IE.
While Microsoft Edge has largely replaced IE, some of the same issues can occur. The fixes are also the same or very similar.
Follow these steps in order, checking after each step if the error persists: