Connection made from IE embedded application to the same server
Date: Thu, 29 Jan 2004 14:23:19 +0200
I have a application, embedded in IE (html assambly).
That aplication need to connect back to the server in order to get some
What are conditions to succeed without requesting any special permissions
from client? As an applet do it....
Should I connect back to the server only using port 80?
Right now the client app is serverd by Apache and connection back is tryed
to another aplication on port 9500
I tested in intranet and a security permisio is raised, but I dont know what
to do to allow that connection with untrusted sets of permissions
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