Those messages are just the normal chatter and not really helpful.
How about messages from the java console on the client side?
I tested IE9 64bit on Windows Server 2008 and didn't encounter any issue.
Testing from a couple of different Win7 machines I'm having issues too, but appears that the java plugin isn't getting installed. What do you see in your browser? what happens when you go to https://ip_address:9112/reporter
Thank you very much - your answer helped me to find an end in this problem. But you told me the solution in one of your earlier postings, but obviuosly I was blind.
The solution was the IP in combination of secure connection - and a new installation of Java in both versions (32 an 64bit). Now everything is very fine running and in the log of WebReporter and Java everything looks very good. There is no problem to call WebReporter in IE 32bit or 64bit, even Firefox is working......................
................ and there is a silly thing what happened now:
If opening WebReporter with IE by using https and the IP with port 9112 then it is possible to open WebReporter even parallel on the same client by using Firefox and the normal server-URL with port 9111 and http !
But however - the problem is solved now ! Thank you very much!
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