No, that's outside the realm of what user code can do. It's a security decision, too: A self-signed certificate is always suspect, and by default should not be trusted. So the default to have the checkbox off makes sense.
posted 13 years ago
Thanks for your reply. I agree with you about the security concerns. The reason I brought this up was I ran across a self signed applet that somehow defaulted the always allow to checked (you still had to initially select allow or deny). I couldnt figure out how they did this.
We are about to deploy this to 500+ customers and trying to communcate this to users can sometimes be hard.
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