You need to use a domain name which resolves to that same machine whether on the subnet LAN or on the WAN.
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There is a tech note on this. Are you using Google Chrome? If so, it has nothing to do with your IP or LAN or WAN issues.
Along these lines. If you click in the little shield dialog in the URL, and mark it to allow the "unsafe script", the PDF will show in interactive mode. However, the https part of the URL gets a slash thru it.
I've checked the Google note referenced in the note, and I'm not quite sure what to make of this. If we do allow the content to be displayed this way, is it now being communicated in an unsecure fashion? I would really like to have a good answer to this question.
There is a note on the FMS Interactive Container checkbox. It says that the interactive container data is not sent over HTTPS.
Right, but is the rest of the data still being encrypted?
Also, if we leave the PDF as a link, and click, is the download somehow encrypted in that scenario?