How to scan with WebInspect an application that uses Adobe Flash Player?

I am trying to scan an application using WebInspect Enterprise.  This is one that requires a logon macro because of our SSO system.  But when I try to record a logon macro using the WIE console tool, after login using the built-in Firefox rendering engine (browser) the app simply displays a message that it requires Adobe Flash Player version 10.3 or greater to be installed.   But this cannot be installed into the tool's rendering browser.  I tried using IE and it logs on correctly, but upon replay it never displays the logon page.  I have the same problem using the guided scan feature. 

Is there a way to make Adobe Flash Player available in the default 'browser'?

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  • I went to look at the installed root CAs and certificates, and sure enough, the 'WebInspect' ones were all there, like you said.  (I was not expecting that WebProxy was this sophisticated).  In any case, I enabled the proxy again and this time, everything worked perfectly, where last time all I saw were certificate errors and warnings about spoofed sites and untrusted certificates.  Perhaps it was fixed due to a recent reboot - who knows.  But it works!

    Thanks much!

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  • I went to look at the installed root CAs and certificates, and sure enough, the 'WebInspect' ones were all there, like you said.  (I was not expecting that WebProxy was this sophisticated).  In any case, I enabled the proxy again and this time, everything worked perfectly, where last time all I saw were certificate errors and warnings about spoofed sites and untrusted certificates.  Perhaps it was fixed due to a recent reboot - who knows.  But it works!

    Thanks much!

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