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andy2

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Hello,
we have a program digtal signing the file, program accesses the certification center port 80 and ocsp protocol, and that all the stops. Tried to disconnect antivir, cache, proxy, created a rule to allow all addresses for the certification center, nothing helped. If contact without Kerio, that ok. Kerio version 8.1.0 build 845. Who has any thoughts there, where else can we?
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silars

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Try disabling the HTTP Protocol inspector.
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andy2

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thank you very much, it helped me
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silars

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It isn't an ideal solution. You do lose some capabilities with it off, but I have several applications that also have issues with the HTTP Protocol inspector on.

Fortunately for me, those applications are rarely used. I just turn the inspector on/off as needed.
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