When the recommended hardening policy for Microsoft® Windows is used, it can cause the Business Objects InfoView web interface to be blocked due to the enhanced security configuration. The security error dialog will advise the user to add the site to the list of trusted websites.
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Windows 2003, Windows 2008
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The policy settings put in place by hardening a Windows system can prevent the TEO Windows script and Windows command activities from working. It is recommended that users validate the proper settings.
In order to validate the Windows Policy Settings, complete these steps:
Click Start > Administrative Tools > Local Security Policy.
Under Security Settings, expand Local Policies. Then, click Security Options.
From the Security Options pane, right-click Network access, and select Properties. Set the network access to not allow storage of credentials of .NET Passports for network authentication dialog displays.
Click the Disabled option. Then, click OK. The policy setting is validated.