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Cannot login to configure Belkin SMB KVM-over-IP swith

I have a Belkin OmniView SMB KVM-over-IP Switch model F1DP108G.
I have tried using Windows XP SP3, Vista Business x86,
Window Small Business Server 2003, Windows Small Business Server 2008, and Windows Server 2008. I am not able to access the web configuration tool, using the https://"ipaddress"/config. I have a DHCP server and I know the correct IP address. I get to the screen to enter my username and password. I type in the default, admin/SMBremote. The page refreshes and I am returned to the same login screen.

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This happened to me until I installed the activeX control. Were you prompted for that, and did it install successfully?

After the activeX installed, did it also prompt you to install the secure certificate to access the site without IE prompting about invalid certificates?

Since you've tried multiple machines, I doubt security settings on IE are causing the problem. But my switch did these two actions before I was able to login successfully.

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