Internet Explorer Conditional Comments, WebVPN, VPN3005
We are having problems with the display of certain web pages via WebVPN. The issue seems to be that code within comments in the HTML which contains a path does not have this path modified by the VPN3005, and so is not displayed correctly via WebVPN. I understand that it is the standard for Internet Explorer Conditional Comments to be within HTML comments symbols so that it is ignored by browsers incapable of executing the code. The problem is more easily described with an example:
Going direct to the page in question (i.e. without WebVPN) a section of the source code is as follows:
As can be seen, the code not within comments has the path "/css/" modified to "http/0/server.domain.uk/css/" via WebVPN and therefore this part of the page displays correctly. However, the code within comments is unmodified, "/css/" remains "/css/", and so the path cannot be found via WebVPN and this part of the page fails to display correctly.
Has anyone got any idea if this behaviour is by design, or is due to a misconfiguration on my part?
Re: Internet Explorer Conditional Comments, WebVPN, VPN3005
Sorry, I should have included that. We're running 4.1.7.O.
I've tested using the 4.7.n stream and the problem seems to be fixed in this stream, however we previously moved away from that on the advice of Cisco to get around a bug with WebVPN and Outlook Web Access.
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