RAD upload Plus

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Hi all,

I have site that uses RAD Upload Plus from RADinks  to upload user files. I have 5 of these uploaders on one page. Until recently anything worked great with no errors. Now all of a sudden when the page first loads i get

 JAVA warning
I get this at least once for each up-loader on the page. even when I select No don't block the page and up-loaders  does not work.
I think the issue started when I installed IE 9 beta. But I can't be sure because the issue occurs in Chrome and Firefox and of-course IE 9 .
Do you know if installing EI 9 would change any internet option settings that would effect the other 2 browsers?

I am using windows 7 64-bit, Visual Studios 2008, C#, ASP.Net

Thanks for your time.
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Jesse HouwingScrum Trainer | Microsoft MVP | ALM Ranger | Consultant

Commented:
It sounds more like a JDK update was installed, or that the security certificate they used has expired or that you have both signed and unsigned java applets on your page.
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Top Expert 2010
Commented:
You can try this:

    *  Open your Java Control Panel
    * Click on the Advanced Tab
    * Expand the Security Category (click on the plus to the left of the title)
    * Expand the Mixed Mode Category
    * Select the second radio button entitled "enable-hide warnings and run with protections"
    * Click OK to save changes.

Hope this helps

Cheers

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Commented:
hi

Thanks marqusG.

That seemed to have worked.
However what about my end users, will anyone using EI 9 have to edit that setting?
That's not right.

Cheers
Marco GasiFreelancer
Top Expert 2010
Commented:
Unfortunately, this problem seems to be caused by an update of Java control panel in Windows Vista and Windows 7, so I think you can do nothing via code: I'm sorry.

Cheers

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