The ActiveX plugin is an alternative to the Java API, which used to work with the means of cryptographic protection. ActiveX components are supported only in the Internet Explorer. In this regard you need to perform your browser's security settings for the correct operation of the ActiveX plugin. ActiveX is launched when the client connects to the Web-client. When using the ActiveX plugin, you do not need to download and install Java and Java API.
Setting up ActiveX plugin starts with running the
NRD.ActiveX.Setup. This will open the Setup Wizard window, where you need to click Next (Fig. 1).
ActiveX plugin installation is carried out under an administrator account. You must have .NET Framework 4.5 installed on your computer.
Figure 1 – the Setup Wizard window
In the next window you need to:
click the Browse button to select the folder (Fig. 2,1) (by default: С:\Program Files (x86)\IT Global\ (Fig. 2,2));
It's recommended to use default settings.
Figure 2 – select the folder
Then click Next to install components (Fig. 3).
Figure 3 – run the installation of components
The installation process might take a few minutes.
Figure 4 – installation progress
After completing the installation an information window will be displayed (Fig. 5), where you should click Close to exit the installation wizard.
Figure 5 – completing installation
Next, you need to perform the browser's security settings.
To run ActiveX plugin in Internet Explorer, you must:
specify the URL of the Web-client (Fig. 7,2) and click the Add button (Fig. 7,3). As the result, the URL will be added to the list of trusted sites (Fig. 7,4);
After that you need to check that the ActiveX plugin is enabled. To do this:
As a result the ActiveX plugin will be used as the implementation of the EDS.
When you login into the Web-client the ActiveX plugin error occurs you need to perform an additional security settings. To do this:
Next, you need to repeat the login. Authorization in the Web-client must be completed successfully.