You wouldn't trust any old program downloaded from the Internet to rummage through your PC, would you? The .NET Framework security settings limit the actions that a program from the Internet can run, and that's a good thing.
Our users, though, have asked us to have Vision Enterprise do things that go beyond the default security settings. We've enhanced our software to implement these features, but that means that you'll need tell your PC to "trust" the Vision Enterprise software you run from our servers. There are several ways to accomplish this task, and your system administrator may supply you with directions that are somewhat different than these steps we're showing. If that happens, follow your administrator's directions, not ours.
- For Windows 2000:
On the Start menu, point to Settings and then Control Panel. Double-click Administrative Tools. Next click Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1 Wizards.
- For Windows XP:
On the Start menu, point to Control Panel. Then double-click Administrative Tools. Next click Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1 Wizards.
- If you have both .Net Framework 1.1 and 1.0 on your system you will have to do steps 2-10 on both versions. To find out which version you have, hover your mouse over the file name and it will say if it is version 1.0 or 1.1.
Finally, you need to add the Vision Enterprise web server to your system's list of trusted sites. The easiest way to do this is to use Microsoft Internet Explorer.