Aug 23

After upgrading to version 42 of the Chrome browser, you encountered problems loading the Java plug-in due to changes to your Chrome browser security settings.
You may encounter one or more of the following error:
“The Java Runtime Environment cannot be found”

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Verifying your Java plug-in using the java verification tool will also give you an error message:
“This plug-in is not supported”

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To continue using Chrome to access your camera video using the mydlink™ portal, please follow the steps below:

Step 1.  Open you Chrome browser and type the following in the web address bar:

chrome://flags/#enable-npapi <– you can copy and paste this

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Step 2.  The Enable NPAPI option will be highlighted,  click the “Enable” option.
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Step 3.  To apply the changes now, click the “Relaunch Now” button found at the bottom of the page.

 

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Step 4. Return to http://mydlink.com and login. Make sure you click “OK” or “Run” on the the Java security prompt(s) to view your camera video stream.
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Windows® 8 or 8.1 users, depending on your firewall settings, you may be prompted in addition with a Windows Security Alert, please select “Allow access” to continue.

 

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You have completed the steps to Enabling the NPAPI support on your updated v42 Chrome browser.

 

Posted on: 4.17.2015

Updated on: 4.20.2015

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