The client machine is the machine on which the HTML Page for Authentic Plug-in is opened and on which the Altova Authentic XML page is edited. To achieve this functionality, the Authentic Browser plug-in must be installed as an add-on in the client browser that will be used to open the HTML Page for Authentic Plug-in.
The Authentic Browser plug-in can be installed in the client browser automatically from the server when the HTML Page for Authentic Plug-in is opened in the client browser. Alternatively, the Authentic Browser plug-in can be installed directly in the client browser, either manually or by using a centrally administered MSI-based push system.
This section describes how to set up the client machine for these functions. It describes the following:
•The Internet browser requirements for enabling Authentic Browser functionality.
•The different methods of installing the Authentic Browser plug-in as an add-on in supported browsers on the client machine. It also describes how to upgrade and de-install the Authentic Browser plug-in.
•IE9 Security Settings to allow the proper functioning of the plug-in.
•IE10 Security Settings to allow the proper functioning of the plug-in. Note that, for Authentic Browser plug-in to be allowed in Internet Explorer 10, the IE 10 mode should be set to Compatible Mode.