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 Post subject: Secure network pages not loading
PostPosted: Sun Aug 22, 2004 7:06 pm 
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I can't seem to get certain secure webpages to load on a HP Pavillion it has a P4 2.53GB non-HT 512MB of ram 64 MB Vid card. I have loaded the same page on another computer but for some reason it won't come up on the other. I have cleared the temp internet cache, history, and cookies off the computer and still no avail. the web page is to a credit union. i am sure that accept cookies is enabled. Any suggestions?
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You don't say what your OS and browser are.

But I had this same problem on my parents' old machine running Win 95 and IE5. I could temporarily get the secure pages to load by checking, then unchecking, the boxes for "use SSL 2.0" etc. in the advanced tab of Internet Options. I tried a gazillion things looking for a permanent fix, and the only thing that worked was installing a newer version of IE. I don't know if this will help you, but it worked for me.

Good luck.

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Thanks Attila i will give it a shot. I did check to see if use SSL 2.0 was checked but it was all though i did notice the check box for TSL 1.0 was not checked so i went ahead and checked it to give it a try however i have not had a chance yet to try loading the page again. i will also check on the IE update. :)


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 Post subject: Re: Secure network pages not loading
PostPosted: Mon Aug 23, 2004 1:28 pm 
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Check your Advanced settings in Internet Explorer. In the security section is an option to not save encrypted pages to disk, make sure that it is NOT checked. I've seen this cause problems similar to what you're experiencing.


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RKilroy wrote:
Check your Advanced settings in Internet Explorer. In the security section is an option to not save encrypted pages to disk, make sure that it is NOT checked. I've seen this cause problems similar to what you're experiencing.


Thanks for the double check i looked at that just today and it was good.


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I agree with Attila....download IE6 AND all the patches from MS. My girlfriend had the same problem with her credit union and I had installed IE6 just recently. Fortunatly I remebered reading about a fix for this problem and it was a security patch that MS had just come up with. Sorry... I don't remember exactly which one it was.

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Thank you to everyone the issue is fixed. :D


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Hey wicked,
We had the same problem when I was in the Marine Corps with IE 5.0. 6.0 had the same issue alot of time when it first came out. I see you got the problem fixed, but for general information, check and see if your browser is configured for 128 bit encryption. some versions of IE werent set for it, and you had to download a 128 bit encrypt. patch.


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Mem0ryLeak2005 wrote:
Hey wicked,
We had the same problem when I was in the Marine Corps with IE 5.0. 6.0 had the same issue alot of time when it first came out. I see you got the problem fixed, but for general information, check and see if your browser is configured for 128 bit encryption. some versions of IE werent set for it, and you had to download a 128 bit encrypt. patch.


I will check into that Mem0ryLeak. Thanks for the info!!


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i thought XP came with IE 6, how did IE 5 get in there?


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Windows XP does come with internet exploder 6.0 windows 2k and 98SE came with 5.0 I waspassing along some personal experience is all.


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Mem0ryLeak2005 wrote:
Windows XP does come with internet exploder 6.0 windows 2k and 98SE came with 5.0 I waspassing along some personal experience is all.


my comment was referring to the first post. sorry should've quoted it.

Wiked_smart wrote:
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cigar3tte wrote:
Mem0ryLeak2005 wrote:
Windows XP does come with internet exploder 6.0 windows 2k and 98SE came with 5.0 I waspassing along some personal experience is all.


my comment was referring to the first post. sorry should've quoted it.

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your right i put the wrong IE the correct version is 6.0.2900.2180


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