I've searched this forum and the web for an answer to my problem, but haven't quite found the answer. My corporate site is using Asp .Net 3.5, AJAX and SSL to secure certain pages. The problem is that IE8 throws a message about unsecure content while IE7 and Firefox do not. I know this issue has been discussed ad nauseum (remember, I've done a lot of research), however, I have specifically isolated the issue down to adding the <scriptmanager> control on an AJAX page requiring SSL.
With nothing else on the page (e.g. no images or script references), just a simple .aspx page, add <scriptmanager> and IE8 will display the message and IE7 and FF will not. Based on my reasearch, the issue is most likely related to the scriptresource and webresource handlers, however, I don't know enough about the inner workings to do any good.
Here's what I tried...
Manually set the scriptpath property of scriptmanager to specify where to find the AJAX scripts. The scriptmanager uses the system.web.extensions assembly (which packages all the AJAX js), so I manually downloaded the library from ajax.asp.net site, copied the js files to a scripts directory and made reference in the scriptmanager directly. Using Fiddler2, I could see that the references now appear to be SSL, and I know it was working because
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