Internet component download technology

Discussion in 'ASP .Net Security' started by Baiju, Feb 23, 2005.

  1. Baiju

    Baiju Guest

    Hello


    We have an ASP.NET web application which uses some activex controls at the
    client. We are using internet component download technology to download
    these activex controls (codebase=http://ww.oursite.com/xxxx.ocx). But it is
    not working with SSL. If we give (codebase=https://ww.oursite.com/xxxx.ocx),
    it is not working. This application is the .NET Version of a classic ASP
    application which again was running in SSL and the downloads are happening
    with https.

    So, Is there any direct relation with SSL and .NET framework? Or are we
    missing something?

    Thanks
    Baiju
     
    Baiju, Feb 23, 2005
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