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Problem while accessing https(Secure Site site using WINDOWS98

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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oswal
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oswal
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jpandersonCommented:
Check the network neighbourhood TCP/IP settings and disable DNS in DNS configuration.
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oswalAuthor Commented:
DNS is already disabled.
Any other reason
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jpandersonCommented:
5 points is pretty stingy isn't it?
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jpandersonCommented:
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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oswalAuthor Commented:
Sorry for that. I shouldn't have accepted it as an answer.
Still the problem is not resolved
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stevenlewisCommented:
enable dns and use the dns server that your isp provides
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jpandersonCommented:
Computer 101 please reset this back to question not answered and take back points for jpanderson.

Thanks,
Jeff
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