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Daniel Bandke

Dynamic Image Server / https / unable to init SSL context

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Good evening,

 

right now we are inside of production.

A Webpage should be displayed via Dynamic Image Server.

 

We tried different computers and can`t find any solution for our problem.

 

We have some https feed we would like to display

On some computers the pages can be displayed without any problem.

 

On other computers we get the following Error inside of Dynamic Image Server. "unable to init SSL context"

But on the same computers the page can be viewed through the standard browser.

 

We updated to Win 8.1  and installed every Software that can be found on the working machines.

We updated the URL to be only http, but some interactive content needs to backlink for https sites and displays the same error.

 

We don`t have any idea how the problem can be solved. So if anyone has got experience with that kind of problem, please let us know.

 

Daniel

 

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We have three Laptops (Win 8) here that were planned to be the production computer and those are the only ones, who can read the SSL feed.

We tried to update all the other computers (laptops and Desktop) to the same standards like the working Laptops, with root certificates, windows updates  and all applications.

But no changes.

 

So now those three Laptops became the DIS and the Desktop Computer have been transformed to be the Production Computer.

 

But still not found the solution.

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