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How to get avoid the 'security information' message when downloading PDF over https

 
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Hello everybody,
I am having a problem when I download a PDF file from the servlet to the client over https in my application: just bevore the acrobat reader opens
a 'security information' window is displayed. Can I somehow avoid this behavior? I tried all kinds of acrobat and explorer settings, but the window keeps popping up....
Please write me, if you know some solution to my problem.
Thank you!
Regards,
Felix
 
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Is this a window telling you about the certificate? If so, you can add that certificate as trusted in your browser. Alternatively, make sure that the certificate is valid and hasn't expired.
 
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