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Problems using the CHM file on Windows 7 or Windows 8

Windows 7
The CHM file, at least in windows 7, when downloaded, will show broken links and empty pages unless you unblock the file.
  1. Right click on: SshClient.chm # two
  2. Near the bottom of the dialog on the right, you will see an "Unblock" button. Click it!
Windows 8
Start PowerShell and use this command: Unblock-File .\SshNet.chm
Note, you can move to directories like you can in Command Prompt.
Source (superuser.com)

Last edited Nov 22 at 4:24 PM by drieseng, version 20

Comments

tameswork Feb 26 at 5:32 PM 
A note about the CHM file. If you install this on a file share and you cannot see the html in the right window, you may have issues with UNC paths. Install this on your local hard drive and see if the links will now open.

I still could not see the hmtl in the right window after doing the Unblock (Win 7). I found some info related to UNC path issues. Copied to my C: drive and now I can see all the html pages.

arnarayan Feb 3 at 5:39 PM 
On Server 2008 viewing this help file you can try the following:

This page contains the info to fix the .chm problem
http://www.helpandmanual.com/products_hhreg.html


This is the link on that page to download the exe
http://download.ec-software.com/hhreg.zip

Really all I did was run the exe and add the file I wanted to run without issue

smccoy78 Oct 4, 2012 at 6:59 PM 
For issues with the SshClient.chm right-click on the file and select properties. The unblock option will be at the bottom of the properties window. Click unblock and apply and that is it.

platzh1rsch Sep 12, 2012 at 12:48 PM 
I don't see this "Unblock" button on my Windows 7 .. ?

komma8komma1 Dec 16, 2011 at 3:52 PM 
BillyJoe,
The CHM file, at least in windows 7, when downloaded, will show broken links and empty pages unless you unblock the file.
1. Right click on: SshClient.chm
2. Near the bottom of the dialog on the right, you will see an "Unblock" button. Click it!