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David Schwartzer Level 3 Level 3 (770 points)

I use Safari on my MacBook pro to connect to a Windows environmenbt at work that uses Citrix.  The applet uses Java and has been working fine.  Now that I have updated Safari to 5.1, I get the folowing error message when I try to connect.

 

This browser does not use the Cocoa Java Plug-In.

1) Make sure that the JVM 1.4.1 or later is installed

2) Check that this browser supports Java for Cocoa (such as Safari)

 

Then I get an Application Security box that says:

 

Unsupported browser

 

On Mac, the client applications session manager requires Safari 1.0 or later. Other browsers are not supported.

 

 

This is obviously not true as I am using Safari 5.1.

 

I know that the Citrix environment is working correctly because I can conect to it on my iPad.  The only thing that I think has changed is the version of Safari.

 

My Java software is up to date (v 1.6).  Anyone else run into this or have any suggestions?

 

Thanks,

 

 

David


13" MacBook Pro & G5 iMac Rev. B., Mac OS X (10.6.7), iPhone 3Gs with iOS4, iPad2
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