When hitting our dev server (http://dev-pub.nascar.com:4503) I get a "The certificate for this server is invalid" message. It says that it's "pretending to be" beta.author.nascar.com. Viewing this site works just fine in the browser, but not in EdgeInspect. We're not running under HTTPS (unless there's some external resource in the page), so I'm not sure what "certificate" is causing the issue. There should at least be an option to authorize the certificate, no?
Here are the screenshot results:
device_model = iPhone
device_res = 1136x640
orientation = portrait
os_name = iOS
os_version = 7.0.3
pixel_density = 326 ppi
request_id = f460125d-1a5d-44aa-b30d-5beeb3f7f6b1
status = Viewport
url = applewebdata://D8156543-7498-4A12-AB56-08519E1902AB
Two years later, 2,000 views, but no ideas on how to fix this? Adobe, please help! If Chrome operates OK, I would hope Edge Inspect would behave likewise.
Basically, tracking scripts throw Edge Inspect into a tailspin. Is there anything on the horizon to get Edge Inspect to ignore these errors? I mean, even Photo editor | Download free Adobe Photoshop CC trial throws this error! HELP!