Sonicwall ssl vpn

I am trying to install Sonicwall SSL  VPN and the install fails with the following error.

Starting to connect RDP...

RDP ActiveX Control appears to be disabled or not installed.

If it is disabled, goto 'Tools->Manage Addons...', and enable 'XTSAC Control'.Please wait while the Remote Desktop ActiveX Client loads ...

Protected Mode WarningcloseDell SonicWALL Secure Remote Desktop Client has detected that Internet Explorer is running in Protected Mode. Security warning may popup during launching the client under Protected Mode. You can add the SSL VPN web address into the browser's trusted sites list to avoid this.
Click 'Yes' to continue and 'No' to cancel launching the client.NoYes

'XTSAC Control does not appear in the add ons
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Omar SoudaniSenior System EngineerCommented:
Did you add VPN web address into browser's trusted sites? In IE go to internet options > security > Trusted sites, then click on sites and add it.
Barry-f4Author Commented:
Barry-f4Author Commented:
Works with Chrome
Blue Street TechLast KnightCommented:
Hi Barry,

What are you trying to do, e.g. RDP securely to remote machines?
Have you configured the Virtual Office? and are you using Bookmarks?
Why not push the NetExtender Client automatically?
What Windows OS are you running?
What is the SonicOS running?

In older SonicOSs if you selected Terminal Services (RDP - ActiveX) while using a browser other than Internet Explorer, the selection is automatically switched to Terminal Services (RDP - Java). A popup dialog box should notify you of the switch.

This is because IE is a deprecated browser. You should use Firefox or Chrome.

Please answer my questions so I can further help you!

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Barry-f4Author Commented:
Yeah it works with Chrome
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