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Problem while accessing https(Secure Site site using WINDOWS98

Posted on 2002-06-15
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Unable to access SSL pages  from client machines
having OS Windows-98 through dial up.
The setup is as below --
Application server is OC4J (Orion Server) and the https
redirection is via Apache. ( Both are configured on
same machine.)
If we access the site using WIN2K and Win95  the https
redirection works
but if we access the same page using Win98 .
It shows the following error only for windows98

" Cannot find server or DNS Error
Internet Explorer  "

Can anybody please reply ASAP its very very urgent
Thanks in advance.
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Question by:oswal
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jpanderson earned 50 total points
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Check the network neighbourhood TCP/IP settings and disable DNS in DNS configuration.
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by:oswal
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DNS is already disabled.
Any other reason
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by:jpanderson
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5 points is pretty stingy isn't it?
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Are your end users making ugly email signatures?

Have you left it up to your end users to create their own email signatures? Are they forgetting to add the company logo or using garish font colors? Take control and ensure all users have the same email signature.

 
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Hey is it working now?  You accepted my comment as answer.  If its not the answer we will ask computer 101 (admin) to change the answer back to a question...let us know.
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by:oswal
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Sorry for that. I shouldn't have accepted it as an answer.
Still the problem is not resolved
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by:stevenlewis
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enable dns and use the dns server that your isp provides
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by:jpanderson
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Computer 101 please reset this back to question not answered and take back points for jpanderson.

Thanks,
Jeff
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