Re: [IUG] The dreaded IE security warning
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- Date: Wed, 25 Jan 2012 17:01:24 -0500
- From: "David W. Green" <dgreen49 at cscc dot edu>
- Subject: Re: [IUG] The dreaded IE security warning
Jonathan, I wasn't able to get any security warnings to pop up over here
when browsing your site. Is this something that you're maybe only seeing
on-campus? Not totally certain but worth a shot: completely clear out your
cache to see if it resolves on its own.
David W. Green
Reference & Instruction Librarian
Columbus State Community College
On 25 January 2012 15:48, Jonathan Bloy <JBloy at edgewood dot edu> wrote:
> We recently added an SSL certificate to our catalog. Now we're seeing the
> dreaded security warning using Internet Explorer (this page contains
> content that will not be delivered securely). I thought I've made all the
> necessary changes (updated our cover image links, google analytics script,
> etc.) and I cannot see what is being sent insecurely.
> Anyone have any idea of what I'm missing?
> Here's our staging port: http://oscar.edgewood.edu:2082/
> We're also seeing the error on our off-campus database logon page. Here's
> an example:
> Jonathan Bloy, Librarian
> Edgewood College
> Madison, Wisconsin
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