How can I simulate Internet Explorer while using Google Chrome?
There is a internet add-on you can download in Google Chrome that allows you to simulate using Internet Explorer. The benefit of this is that when you are using your home computer and your preferred browser is Google Chrome, the IE simulator allows you to access eMarine and edit your unit's eMarine page without experiencing the normal issues tied to using Google Chrome.
You can view instructions for using the IE Tab add-on HERE.
How do I update my Internet Explorer security settings to access the eMarine site?
If you are receiving certificate errors when accessing eMarine, update your Internet Explorer Security settings using the following instructions:
- Open Internet Explorer.
- Select Tools -> Internet Options.
- Select the "Advanced" tab.
- Scroll down to the "Security" section and select the checkboxes for "Use SSL 3.0", "Use TLS 1.0", "Use TLS 1.1", and "Use TLS 1.2".
- Deselect the "Use SSL 2.0" option.
- Click Apply and then OK.
- Close all open browsers and then try to access the site again.
Click HERE to view an image of the correct Internet Security Settings.
How do I install the DoD ECA Root Certificate?
To install the ECA-ROOT2 certificate that support IE 8, 9, Chrome and Firefox browsers, please
1.click on the following link and follow the instructions:
To install the Internet Explorer 10 & 11 ECA-ROOT2 certificate, please
1.click on the following link and follow the below listed instructions:
-At the website, click on the "Trust Store" tab (far right)
-Click on the "InstallRoot 3.16.4 E" certificate
-In the File Download pop-up window, click the "Open" button
-Double Click the "InstallRoot_v3.16.4E" Folder
-Double Click the "Windows" Folder
-If you have a 32bit computer system double click the "InstallRoot_v3.16.4E" Application file
-If you have a 64bit computer system double click the "InstallRoot_v3.16.4Ex64" Application file
-In the Compressed (zipped) Folders pop-up window, click the "Extract All" button
-Click the "Extract" button in the next pop-up window
-Double Click the "InstallRoot_v3.16.4E" Folder, again
-Double Click the "Windows" Folder, again
-Double click 32bit or 64bit certificate to install the required certificates
You will see a black screen pop-up and quickly dissapear, which means that the certificates were installed.