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The system check detected 1 critical component(s) that prevent you from entering the environment. Please review the component(s) above and refer to the “Open details” link to correct your component(s).
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The site requires Google Chrome 43 or higher. To update your version of Chrome Click Here.
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For additional instructions on how to change your screen resolution, please use the information links below.
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We have detected a pop-up blocker on your computer. The site makes extensive use of "pop-up" windows for services like chat, email and vCard exchange. Pop-up blockers can be provided by standalone software or activated in products like AOL, Google and Yahoo Toolbars.
To view the site, the pop-up blockers must to be turned off. To assist you, we have created a utility that will add the sites to the "safe" list of the most common pop-up blockers. Download the Pop-up Blocker Assistant
For additional instructions on how to disable your pop-up blocker software, please contact the software vendor and/or use the information links below. A partial list of common pop-up blocking software vendors is below for your reference
If you are experiencing issues with the port connectivity, it may be due to the configuration of your company's network.
Certain firewall configurations can prevent the port connectivity from functioning properly. Proxy servers and application-layer firewalls are designed to filter content based on rules that are set up by the system administrator.
The wide variety of rules means that non-HTTP traffic such as RTMP (Real-Time Messaging Protocol) may have trouble getting through some servers. If the connections can't get through, you should contact the administrator of your organization's firewall to see if he or she can make an exception.
Adobe Flash over "fallback" port 80 can still be blocked and/or filtered based on Proxy Servers, Web Filtering Software (Websense, Smartfilter, etc.), Intrusion Detection/Prevention Systems (IDS/IPS), application layer firewalls, and other unique network configurations. If you are using a Proxy Server filter, make sure you aren't filtering out application/x-fcs.
Please work with your IT department to open outbound RTMP 1935 to allow for fms.inxpo.com, fmsedge.inxpo.com, and edge.inxpo.com.
Please have your IT team view the Adobe links below for additional information. These pages explain the potential firewall complications with Adobe Flash Media Server.