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You will see the following pop-up. Please verify that "always trust content from this publisher" is selected, and hit "run".  
 
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Revision as of 14:33, 11 February 2014

Logging into Banner

The first time you log into Banner INB on a computer you will be prompted to allow the java applets to run.


After entering your Banner username and password, you will see a prompt to allow Java to run. Make sure to find the prompt and allow Java to run.

Win7banner1.png
















You will see the following pop-up. Please verify that "always trust content from this publisher" is selected, and hit "run".


Win7banner2.png


You will see a second pop-up. Please verify that "always trust content from this publisher" is selected, and hit "run".

Win7banner3.png

After you accept the pop-ups you may be prompted to enter your credentials again. Subsequent logins should load straight into Banner without needing to accept the prompts.

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