Does the RiskManager plug-in itself have a certificate like a java applet does?

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Answer

Yes. The plug-in is signed with a VeriSign code certificate – so you only have to allow installation of signed ActiveX’s


Remember, the browser plugin is only one of a number of clients available for RiskManager. You do not have to use the browser plugin if you prefer another connection method.


Instructions for configuring IE for browser plugins is available here: BPC RiskManager Client - Browser Setup For ActiveX Plugins using IE 7




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