System Requirements: Computer with Internet connection, Windows XP service pack3 or Windows Vista service pack 2 or Windows 7 . Following system settings are also required according to version of Internet Explorer:
(C) Security Settings for Internet Explorer - 8,9 to enable Digital Signatures
Follow this sample guide to change your Internet Explorer Security Settings for Internet Explorer version 8 on Windows XP or Vista or Windows 7 Operating System. This will enable you to use your Digital Signature Certificate and also Encryption of bids.
1. Ensure you have only one Internet Explorer Window open. Go to Tools->Internet Options.
2. Click the Security Tab at the top. Click the Internet icon then click 'Custom Level'
3. Make following settings :
Allow previously unused ActiveX controls to run without prompt
Allow prompting for ActiveX controls
Binary and script behaviours
Display video and animation on a webpage that does not use external media player
Download signed ActiveX controls(not secure)
Download UnSigned ActiveX Controls
Initialize and script ActiveX controls not marked as safe for scripting(not secured)
Only allow approved domains to use ActiveX without prompt
Run ActiveX Controls and Plugins
Script Activex controls marked safe for scripting
Miscellaneous (IE 8 & IE 9)
Include local directory path while uploading files to a server
Security Settings ? Internet Zone (for ActiveX Controls and components)
Security Settings ? Internet Zone (Miscellaneous Settings)
4.For uploading documents ensure the following Internet Explorer setting4.1 Go to Tools->Internet Options->Advanced : Uncheck "Do not save encrypted pages to disk" under Security heading.
4.2 After Installing JRE 1.6. Go to Tools->Internet Options->Advanced: Check "Use JRE 1.6.0 for Applet" under Java (Sun) heading.
4.3 Setting Of Manage Add-ons
Go to Tools->Manage Add-ons: Select "Add-ons that have been used by Internet Explorer" from the drop down and enable the status of Add-ons Names as marked.
4.4 Users need to make sure that the site(s) should be added in trusted sites list as shown below(This is not mandatory for all cases)
Note: After the settings are successfully done, the users may come across some component related alerts/pop-ups while working in the IREPS application for the first time. The below given alerts are general to IE6, IE7, IE8 and IE9.
?Always trust content from this publisher? should be checked and then click on ?Yes? button.
?Always trust content from this publisher? should be checked and then click on Run button.
Please click on ?No? button on ?Java has discovered application components that could indicate a security concern? alert.