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FLEX Crossdomain Issue - "...is denied due to lack of policy file permissions"

I recently converted several HTTP based web services to use HTTPS on a new domain within my server. I also created a new flex project and re-imported the services via the Import->Web Service wizard with out any issue. When I attempt to debug the application locally I receive the following error:

Error: Request for resource at https://www.mydomain.com/path/to/service.asmx by requestor from http://localhost:3000/MyFlexApp/flex_bin/MyFlexApp.swf is denied due to lack of policy file permissions.

How do I allow localhost access to these services for testing/debugging purposes?

Here is my crossdomain.xml
<?xml version="1.0"?>
<!DOCTYPE cross-domain-policy SYSTEM
      <site-control permitted-cross-domain-policies="master-only"/>
      <allow-access-from domain="*" to-ports="*" secure="false" />

Also, if upload a Release Build of my project and run it from the server it works fine.

Thanks in advance for you help.
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following might be solve ur problem....

right click the flash content->settings->privacy(second tab)->advanced setting

this will open adobe flash setting web page

in that click "Global Security Settings Panel" link ->click 'edit location' drop down list->add location

rwhitlatchAuthor Commented:

I tried adding both the l local swf file and the wsdl to the 'Global Security Settings Panel' but it did not have any affect. I still receive the same error message.


rwhitlatchAuthor Commented:

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