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    Hi!
    I have a question regarding secure pages (https). Maybe this question have been covered earlier? I want my users to login on
    member pages and the user name and password
    must be sent encrypted. Thatsīs no problem, just use SSL... yeah but i do not want users to get an dialogbox from the webbrowser with "this page demands an certificate blah blah". I want that to happen transparent to
    all users. My english sucks , i know ;-) but
    please if you need more info contact me.
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    Your users will have to accept your certificate the first time around. When they get prompted the first time, they have the option to add the certificate to their browser certificate list so that future visits to the site will automatically accept the site certificate, thus bypassing the dialog messages.

    Hope this makes sense.

    <BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana,Arial,Helvetica">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by rickardsw:
    Hi!
    I have a question regarding secure pages (https). Maybe this question have been covered earlier? I want my users to login on
    member pages and the user name and password
    must be sent encrypted. Thatsīs no problem, just use SSL... yeah but i do not want users to get an dialogbox from the webbrowser with "this page demands an certificate blah blah". I want that to happen transparent to
    all users. My english sucks , i know ;-) but
    please if you need more info contact me.
    [/quote]


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