I’m running a self hosted app. as a process (on home laptop) and can view locally in I.E. and Chrome no problem.
URL contains my home IP and an arbitrary port 5000.
Oddly, the first time I ran it in Edge it also worked, but subsequent attempts didn’t work (website not found).
Developer console gives this:
CONSOLE21301: serviceWorker.getRegistrations is rejected due to unsecure context or host restriction in ms-appx-web://microsoft.microsoftedge/assets/errorpages/dnserror.html?ErrorStatus=0x800C0005
… which sounds like a rejection because “something” isn’t secure.
Wisej does not use any Service Workers, so this must be something beyond our scope.
Maybe something related to some AntiVirus Software blocking that attempt ?
Or even some malware ? In any case you might want to check for a Virus and/or try to test without any AV Software
to avoid any unwanted interactions.
Although not a Wisej issue, there’s definitely a problem with Edge and local domains.
This may inadvertently affect Wisej users trying to test locally.
I just thought I’d make folk aware of it and perhaps ask if anyone else has experienced it or indeed fixed it.
Just tried accessing a local PC by IP with the last Windows 10 and Edge without problems. It may have been updated in a newer Edge release.
The issue may be related to Edge’s security settings. The posts on MSDN indicate that adding the IP address to the safe site solves it.
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