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I need to let this active X app. install so I can view security system of business online from home. It says windows blocked it because it could not varify publisher. I'm using the latest IE 7 with updates and XP Pro. I would assume the site is good because that is where the security system tells me to go in the booklet. I put the site in trusted sites, but when I click on viewer to view cameras it opens another window and thats where it says install then it won't let me.
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IF you're 100% sure, the site is safe...
In IE, go Tools>Internet Options>Advanced tab - check "Allow software to run or install even if the signature is invalid"
and...
...uncheck "Check for signatures on downloaded programs"
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I will try and let you know.
Thanks
so now if I do thay and it works once I get in can I unchech those items and set then\m back.
the book says to go to trusted sites and allow this site and uncheck Require server varifacation (https:) for all sites in this zone.
Is that an issue??

Edited by cradl, 24 January 2009 - 11:11 PM.

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No. You can do it.
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No that didn't work it still won't install. Anything else??
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What is the address of the site?
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www.h264ip.com
You have to login to view camera settings. Then you say view camera and thats when it messes up. So you wont be able to do anything without logging in.
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Did you try Firefox?
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no I have not.
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Then....?
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Tryied firefox and no go eighter. It opens up the window but nothing. This web site does not supply identity information. Before in IE it would open up and I would have to try and install the ActiveX.
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I can access www.h264ip.com without a problem with both, FF, and IE. IE doesn't ask me about any ActiveX.
Do you have a problem with any other web sites?
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no you can acess the site but to view the security system you have to log on and thats when I hit the snag. When I click view player and it brings up a window that asks me to install the active x.
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When you try to log in, does the web page address change from http to https?
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No however I did get the viewer to come up but now it wont connect and the mac and IP address are ok. I can view it through the system at the business which is directly hooked into the router. But cant from home. It just says waiting to connect.....????. I had to set my trusted sites to lowest possable.

Edited by cradl, 29 January 2009 - 11:26 PM.

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