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    Does anyone encounterr this when you access ricoh webimage it says:

    Connection not secured?

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    Re: ricoh webimage

    As far as I know, the message is shown when an old machine does not support https. You can proceed anyway.

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    Re: ricoh webimage

    i get similar messages when Airprint is enabled, you can usually proceed to the page thou

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    Re: ricoh webimage

    Quote Originally Posted by aviso66 View Post
    Does anyone encounterr this when you access ricoh webimage it says:

    Connection not secured?

    Depending on which model ? if you update the firmware this can resolve many WIM connection / security errors.
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    Re: ricoh webimage

    Depending on the browser you're using it might be an expired certificate.

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    Re: ricoh webimage

    Quote Originally Posted by slimslob View Post
    Depending on the browser you're using it might be an expired certificate.
    Or more likely no certificate at all. Most browsers have been giving an alert for any website not using HTTPS for at least the last two or three years.

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