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Symantec NAV 2005 is INCOMPATIBLE with IE 7!

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Symantec NAV 2005 is INCOMPATIBLE with IE 7!

Unread postby RuthlessAdvertising » June 26th, 2007, 10:03 am

Hi. What is up with Symantec? Do they really care about their customers??? I really think NOT!

For months I have NOT been able to add any new firewall rules since I upgraded my browser to IE 7! I went to their support site and was told to do a complete reinstall of the product and that would solve this issue WHICH IT DID NOT! I went back and they told me to uninstall IE 7 or upgrade to NAV 2007. UNBELIEVABLE!!!

After searching the net I discovered MANY people had the SAME problem and Symantec gave them all the run around! From what I understand the file responsible for the problems(and according to experts SO EASY TO SOLVE) is niscmnht.dll. Basically, a few lines need editing so that when other modules ask for the IE version the correct version would be given as output. Why don't they fix it?

Read all about it at http://www.castlecops.com/t175855-NIS_2005_and_IE7_script_conflict.html .
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