Step 15. If another add-in ActiveX prompt for “AXCamControl.cab” appears, choose “Install”.
Step 16. If another prompt for the “AXClient.cab” appears again, choose “Ignore”.
These are the steps that Cisco gave me, but i needed to modify it slightly to work.
First i ran the Client uninstall, then i deleted i the Client install folder. Then as soon as the two mentioned DLLs showed up i renamed them and killed the IE8 process before Step 11. Then i closed all the Client install pop-ups and windows. After that it was safe to run IE8 and login to the VSOM server IP and install the CamControl as per Step 15, it may fail, but try anyways.
Then i closed IE8 again and re-started it and logged in to VSOM server - at this point i have to ALWAYS cancel the two pop-ups trying to start the VSOM Client install circle. After cancelling the pop-ups the Client works fine, however, it will crash frequently as you switch from Ops to Admin for example, and IE8 will restart again where it left off (i have IE set to restore tabs). It's a work-around and works well enough for smart users, but it is not supported and may not work for lay-people who may choose to click OK rather than Cancel, or may get fustrated as IE8 closes and loads the VSOM tab again.
If you go into the VSOM Settings tab and disable the VMR, the crash between admin tabs and ops tabs should stop. You loose some functionality, for example the bar at the top of the video that allows you to digitally zoom and take snapshots, but the snapshot button is also on the bottom right corner. But this should help in the short term
Thanks Brian, good to know, IE8/9 will crash and re-start almost instantly between the Ops and Admin pages so i don't disable that functionality on customer clients.
Additionaly, i've found that *replacing* (rather than deleting or renaming) the C:/Cisco foobar/Client/d3d9.dll with C:/WINDOWS/System32/d3d9.dll works much better. I also found that IE9 (still beta atm) works better than IE8. Hope this helps! =)
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