Instances where SP5 still fails

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Instances where SP5 still fails

Postby KeithXP » Sat Oct 16, 2010 8:22 am

SP5 is unable to populate login fields for the following (SP4 also fails here)

1. www.asos.com (IE8, Chrome; fails to enter username or password)

2. www.mjiteamworks.com/ipw (Note - this site needs to be added to 'Intranet' in Internet Options>Security)
IE8 - fails to enter company code but does add Username and passowrd; in Chrome all 3 fields populated but unfortunately this SaS application is not Chrome compatible.

3. RealVNC 'Address book' (Working in Windows 7 x32, not working in x64)

However, I found that the Chrome plugin for SP4 frequently caused tabs to freeze, esp if window was left open in background. This appears to be fixed in SP5.

Regards,

Keith
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Re: Instances where SP5 still fails

Postby ondrej.novak » Tue Oct 19, 2010 12:57 pm

Hi KeithXP,

thank your for reporting these sites. We´re working on it.

Could you please specify the issue with RealVNC 'Address book' please?
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Re: Instances where SP5 still fails

Postby Hansomea » Fri Nov 19, 2010 2:05 pm

We need a version of sticky password that works on IIS. Sticky Password is working for us when we logon to our web server and run Internet Explorer, but when our users connect to our web server, Sticky Passord is not working.
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Re: Instances where SP5 still fails

Postby ondrej.novak » Tue Nov 23, 2010 11:54 am

Hi Hansomea,

we have replied to your from our support system because this issue probably needs further investigation.
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