Not having online.crt - is it a big problem?
Our BD-ROM disc uses networking yet doesn't have online.crt and other relevant files, so the disc verifiers flag this as a warning. How serious an issue is it? I understand that according to BD-ROM 3-2 DD 4.1 Case 2 the player must prompt the user for approval before network access is granted. We can live with a user prompt if it happens once during disc loading, but it would certainly be quite onerous for our customers to agree to prompts for each individual application (we have many) or, what's worse, for each call to the networking API. Is anyone aware of the players that do such extensive prompting?
Also, Annex DD states that the disc may be made trusted and therefore prompt-free by setting the timestamp field of AACS Content Certificate to “Reserved”. We use Blu-Print, and it doesn't seem to allow specifying "Reserved" - just a date range. Does Scenarist or other authoring tools allow "Reserved", or is it generally considered insecure to allow?