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Thread: SecureClient & SCV

  1. #1
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    Default SecureClient & SCV

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    Has anyone seen this....

    When a user connects with SecureClient and fails the SCV the "notify"
    message isn't displayed but:

    1. If the condition if fixed (thus passing SCV) and then broken the popup
    is displayed.

    2. If SecureClient is diconected, stopped and started the popup is
    displayed.

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    Default Re: SecureClient & SCV

    Hi

    can you post a copy of your local.scv ?
    it might help to figure where the issue is

    cheers

    Sean

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