0 Replies Latest reply on Oct 20, 2009 4:07 AM by ArnsteinLangnes

    SBCLientHelper.exe access request in IE8

      Customer running EEPC 5.2.1
      Running eToken in Stored value mode.
      No SSO or windows integration configured (only preboot)

      When adding a Personal Certificate in IE8, then trying to Access this WEB page using this certificate, a message appears asking for : Allowing access to the SBClientHelper.exe.
      This seems to be the IE8 Protect mode which is not directly allowing access to 3'rd party programs when checking for a valid certificate installed on a machine.
      BUT: Why is SBClienthelper.exe involved in this process?
      Can this be avoided?

      If putting this WEB site in Trusted Site, the Protected mode is :Off. Now this access to 3'rd part applications is ok without any question.