Webscheduler

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by dub.doctor, Oct 10, 2006.

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  1. dub.doctor

    dub.doctor Registered Member

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    I've recently switched to Nod32 and found it pretty good, as expected. I've followed Blackspear's guide, and all is sweet, except for one thing:

    I run Webscheduler on my home PC, but the web interface doesn't work very well when IMON client compatibility is set to "Higher Efficiency". In particular, icons don't load in the web interface and the Electronic Program Guide does not load at all. I've solved it by switching my browser to "Higher Compatibility", and all seems fairly fine. But why it doesn't it work when the browser (Firefox) is set to "Higher Efficiency"?
     
  2. ASpace

    ASpace Guest

    Hello !

    I am glad you like NOD32 .

    NOD32's IMON has two types of working mode :
    Active (Higher efficency) and Passive (Higher compatibility)


    Most likely this application WebScheduler is the so called streamin application , it takes data very ofter so that it needs to work in higher compatibility mode . Even though the active mode is a little bit safer than the passive mode , I would recommend you set all your applications to higher compatibility in case you have problems with them and leave only your browser(Firefox) to Higher efficency just for safer surfing while online . AMON (the resident protector) will always provide you with protection and will not allow a sneaky software to get into your machine

    :D :thumb:
     
  3. dub.doctor

    dub.doctor Registered Member

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    Umm, ... no.

    The problem I'm having is in accessing the webscheduler interface using Firefox.

    Webscheduler itself works fine in Higher efficency mode, but if Firefox is set to Higher efficency I cannot browse the webscheduler interface properly - icons won't load and the program guide won't show. It works fine when Firefox is set to Higher compatibility, but for the reasons you give above I'd like my browser to be set to Higher efficency .
     
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  5. dub.doctor

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    Thanks! That's done the trick.
     
  6. ASpace

    ASpace Guest


    I am sorry ,l didn't understand you correctly
     
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