How to disable active scripting in web browser?

  Number six 20:05 02 Jan 05

I used to disable active scripting in Internet Explorer as a security measure, and to increase surfing speeds, only enabling scripts for sites as necessary. This was found under tools>internet options>security>internet zone>custom level. However, since reinstalling windows with SP2, the "custom level" button appears greyed out. Does anyone know whether this feature has been disabled, or is there a fault in my system?

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