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Appendix B. Adding Exception for Default Browser

This optional step in setting up N2WS Backup & Recovery is to add an exception to your default browser so you don't see a warning.

For Chrome

  1. Open the Chrome browser. In top right, select More
  2. Select Settings, Advanced, and then in the System section, select Open proxy settings.

Choose the Security tab and then select Trusted Sites.

https://support.n2ws.com/support/ImageDisplay?downloadType=uploadedFile&fileName=1556716589704.jpg&blockId=1c91dbe03cb4559b6a40eb9c7fb1e828cf89156d9a18cdb5&zgId=0bb112e80d95f3d2dc91a236738b3d70&mode=view

Select the Sites button.

Type the N2WS server’s IP address in the Add this website to the zone box and then select Add, Close. and OK.

https://support.n2ws.com/support/ImageDisplay?downloadType=uploadedFile&fileName=1556716749592.jpg&blockId=1c91dbe03cb4559ba6545a2cac416fc3b2eb8386d253d533&zgId=0bb112e80d95f3d2dc91a236738b3d70&mode=view

You should not get the warning on the certificate again.

For Firefox

The example is from Firefox Quantum. Select Advanced (1) and Add Exception for this server (2).

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