It is also very difficult for the layman to figure out how to enable ActiveX controls correctly to view their security cameras or security video recorder from their web browser. Another reason for having another browser based option to view your camera system is the fact that IE will soon be discontinued by Microsoft.
Well there is some good new as of You would network your device and place it on your network, and type in its IP address in Chrome.
Keep in mind this method only works on Windows OS for the computer. It does not work for on the phone or a MAC. For this app to work over the internet, it is important that you port forward all the ports required by the DVR or camera. The default ports are as follows:. He is a technical support expert for everything video surveillance related. We test every product we sell to make sure it is worthy of our name, as we stand behind all the products we sell.
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In previous versions, WebClient. I can't think of a browser-based workaround for this. How did you bypass the check -- do you have a local version of the page when you actually use the service? Then I went through the main.
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Ran the local copy through Firefox with the dev tools enabled and got to that check, checked the values and both conditions returned false. I then modified the local copy to ignore the constructor check and got into the log in screen. It doesn't connect to the dvr past the log in screen because the rest of the local copy has to be modified to point to the dvr vise your local machine. For everyone that still can not get Fire Fox to work, the Chrome browser works fine with the Q-See program,.
I can't log in using the IE tab method that used to be the only to connect before Q-See updated to the new plugin. I haven't even started that program in years. But what I did do is I used grease monkey to "re-do" the OnLoadPage function with the proper fixes and got it to work so far.
Did you post the script on userscripts. I just uploaded it to userscripts. Hope it works for you I was not successful using Chrome either.
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But I did capture this from Chrome's developer tools. The script seems to die and never load because I don't make it to the login form that is supposed to display. Modified 28 awirili by cor-el. Home Support Forum Firefox I updated to Support Forum.
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Question owner I tried all the options listed above and still does not work in firefox. I am providing some additional technical information that may be helpful to a Firefox expert. Thank you '''tarnationsauce2''', '''leang''', and '''mg''' for adding your postings, and '''dkraum''' for starting the thread! I really do sense that the "DVR Client" '''''is''''' starting up "behind the scenes", but that the login prompt is somehow being blocked from displaying. I would like to try this.
Thanks for the feedback. How do I access the main.