Issue:

Every time a user attempts to access the Replicon online help using Internet Explorer 8 or 9, a pop-up window with on of the following warnings displays:

This webpage contains content that will not delivered using a secure HTTPS connection, which could compromise the security of the entire webpage.

Only secure content is displayed. What is the risk?

The user is prompted to select No to continue to the online help content, or Yes to block insecure content.

Cause:

The Display mixed content setting in the user’s browser is set to Prompt.

Solution:

Disable the prompt by enabling the Display mixed content in Internet Explorer, as follows:

  1. Launch Internet Explorer.
  2. Click the cog icon, and select Tools > Internet Options.
  3. Select the Security tab, and click on the Internet zone icon.
  4. Click the Custom level… button.
  5. In the Miscellaneous section in the list, find Display mixed content. Select the Enable option.
  6. Click OK and select Yes in the prompt window that displays.
  7. Restart Internet Explorer.

 

Note:

Some organizations don’t allow their employees to alter browser security settings. In this case, it is possible to access the Replicon online help from a secure location. Refer to Is there a secure (SSL) version of the Replicon online help I can access? for information on how to do this.