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Using IE 9 I can't see remotely the cameras to my CCTV system. I believe the netviewer program is not working properly. I only get a small square in the middle of screen top.

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Win7 has both Internet Explorer 32bit and Internet Explorer 64bit.Click on start, all programs, open Internet Explorer, NOT Internet Explorer 64bit. The shortcut on my desktop was to the 64bit option and I could not view cameras regardless of permissions etc. Once I opened 32bit version cameras work perfectly. I fought with this for weeks before realizing there are two versions of IE9. Hope this helps.

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[img src="http://asapcctv.com/software/standalone/img/SecurityTab.jpg">

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