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    Extended Version in IE9

    The Extended Version doesn't work for me on IE9; the "School Computer" button appears but clicking on it doesn't do anything. Chrome, Firefox and IE8 are all working fine. Is there something I'm doing wrong/need to change, or does it not work in IE9?

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    It does work in ie9, but i have noticed sometimes it is a little slow loading - are you giving it enough time? Just be sure that you havent disabled the silverlight plugin (ie9 does nag about disabling plugins).

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    You also need to have SSL setup on the HAP site for the extended version to work.

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    Definitely giving it enough time (have just left it 5 minutes) and it isn't the SSL question as Extended Version is fine in other browsers.

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    Plug-in must be enabled, as when I go to the Silverlight web site it confirms my version number.

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    It could be disabled on that website, IE9 allows you to disable plugins on specific websites

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    Quote Originally Posted by nickbro View Post
    It could be disabled on that website, IE9 allows you to disable plugins on specific websites
    Do you know where that is specified?

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    Tools (Gear) > Manage Add-ons -> Find & Click on Silverlight > Click More Information

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    Silverlight is approved to run on all web sites; it loaded once I went into Extended Version but didn't have a load time by it, unlike the other add-ons.

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    Are you running HAP+ in a sub folder?

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    Have you added the MIME Type to IIS?

    Is Silverlight Up-To-Date, try reinstalling it from Microsoft Silverlight

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    HAP+ is in a C:\InetPub\WWWRoot\HAP.
    The MIME type is definitely added, otherwise how would it work in other browsers? I have double-checked, though.
    Silverlight install is up-to-date, but I deleted and re-installed just to be sure.

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    Well I'm at a loss as to why just IE9 wouldn't be working correctly in the extended version. The extended version is getting retired in v8



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