Anybody know if they are woking on the issuses they have been having with IE 10?
I think you are referring to Qualys BrowserCheck. We have not recieved any queries about issues with IE10 from anyone else and have not seen any issues in our testing. There might be something specific to the environment or some dependency that needs to be resolved. Someone will contact you shortly via email to help resolve the issues. Thank you.
Its not detecting any programs running it on IE, but on Chrome and Safari it works fine. What could be causing it to not work on IE?
It is quite possible that there are no plugins (ActiveX controls) that can be loaded into the IE you are using. The other browsers use different plugins that are detected by BrowserCheck.
So Qualys isnt compatible with Internet Explorer?
Qualys BrowserCheck is compatible with IE. But if there are no browser plugins(ActiveX controls) installed and enabled in IE, no items will be listed.
I have tested BrowserCheck in several scenarios and the only one where it didn't run was when no browser plugins were enabled.
It asks me to intall the qualys plug in and then it does nothing and when i try to turn active x from the symbol in the browser it just turns back on.
This is Kiran and I am the product manager for Qualys Browser Check. We are currently supporting IE10 on WIN7 and WIN8 OS only. Please check if you are using these OS .. if there are further issues. Please contact me.
I am using Windows 8 64 bit and I am opening IE as administrator.
I have to agree with Chris Kinnick... Browser Check does not seem to work in IE10 (I'm using Windows 7 Pro). Here is a post I started and haven't gotten any resolution from Robert Dell'Immagine: BrowserCheck Business Edition MSI Installer.
In the Browser Check Dashboard, the only clients that are reporting correctly are the Vista clients running IE9. So I'll ask the question again posed by Chris - how do we get Browser Check to run on Windows7/8 and IE10.
Edit: Adding some info from my colleague on steps he's taken...
I’ve installed it on at least two Win 7 machines and the add-on shows in IE (under add-ons) but does not load in the notification area like it does on Vista. I just started Firefox on one of the Windows 7 computers and there is a BrowserCheck selection on the tools menu which I clicked on and it started a scan so we should see the results soon. It’s just not automatic in Win 7 yet. I’ve thought a little about launching the BrowserCheck URL at startup to trigger the check but I would like it to be in the background.
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