Viewing the Apollo/Zeus DVR via Internet Explorer

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Viewing the Apollo/Zeus DVR via Internet Explorer


For the sake of this guide, we will use the beltronics demo dvr as an example. You should adjust the
items in
RED

to suit your setup.



The Apollo and Zeus DVRs rely on an ActiveX applet to be
successfully installed before remote
viewing is possible. Internet Explorer will bloc
k ActiveX applets as a security precaution. The best
way to avoid this is to add the site’s address as a “Trusted Site”, and allowing trusted sites
permission to install A
ctiveX applets. To do this, follow the steps below:

1.

Open internet Explorer

2.

Click “
TOOLS


a.

for Internet Explorer 9, click the icon of the gear in the top right


3.

Click “
Internet Options
”, a new window will appear.

4.

In this new window, click the “
Security
” T
ab.

5.

Click “
Trusted Sites
” icon in the top box.

6.

Click the “
Sites
” box below and a new window will open.

In this window, you will identify the address of the trusted site.

a.

Firstly,
un
-
check

the box at the bottom of the window that reads “
require server
verification (https:)


b.

Enter the Address of your site (
beltronics.no
-
ip.biz
)
in the input field at the top of
the window and click
ADD
.
Now click
Close
.

7.

Back at the previous window, you will need to set the security level of your “Trusted Sites”
to low in
order to allow the ActiveX applet to install successfully.

a.

Click “
Default Level
” to undo any previous changes.

b.

Slide the Zone Level to “
LOW
” and click
Apply

followed by
OK
.


Now, when you connect to this site, Internet Explorer will not block the ActiveX
Applet installation.



IE8 & IE9 Compatibility Issue:

There is a known issue with Internet Explorer 8 and 9’s rendering engine

(Trident 4.0+ &
W3C
)

which
causes incompatible pages to be displayed incorrectly. This is the case with the Apollo and Zeus web
service. If you are running IE8 or IE9, you will need to click the
compatibility view
option in the
address bar. This will render the page using IE7
’s rendering engine

and less strict
adherence to

W3C

.
The icon should appear like this: