Advanced Admin Console 2011 Beta updated to version 0.9.2
The reason for this is that Internet Explorer’s Enhanced Security Configuration is enabled on the server by default.
When you get this message in Internet Explorer you can normally allow the blocked content by clicking ‘Add…’ and adding the browsed web site to the ‘Trusted sites’ security zone. Unfortunately, when you do this in AAC 2011 Beta 1 (version 0.9.1) your screen will quickly be filled with error dialogs:
This issue was also discussed on episode 126 of the Home Server Show podcast.
Improvements in this new release
Version 0.9.2 beta of AAC 2011 has been improved in three ways:
- The error messages mentioned above will no longer appear.
- The web browser tab status bar shows whether Enhanced Security Configuration is enabled.
- Enhanced Security Configuration can be directly configured from the web browser tab.
This new feature is detailed in the Evaluator’s Guide which is included in the AAC 2011 Beta download package.
Changelog for release 0.9.2:
- Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration (IE ESC) status is displayed in the web browser status bar.
- IE ESC can be configured by clicking on the status bar icon.
- FIXED: When opening a web page with IE ESC enabled, a standard IE security dialog is displayed. When the site was added to the Trusted sites zone from this dialog, a large number of Exception dialogs could appear.
- FIXED: An exception occurred when a favorite was created via the web page context menu.