GPOs affecting surfing habits and cookies
Posted on 2003-11-26
I am in the process of working with a customer who has GPOs that govern his entire domain. This user has IE6 SP1 on his computers. We have already had him remove a GPO that prevented new pop-up windows being created. However, when he now clicks on a pulldown menu (to display a list of selections), it will display that list correctly - the FIRST time. The second time, and all subsequent times, it will recreate, in that small box, the login screen for our website.
All settings in his web browsers that govern cookies and surfing habits that could possibly have an effect on this domain have been tweaked...and yet he still has this problem. I suspect that he has more GPOs set on his domain that affect this. Can anyone help me out as far as what kind of GPOs may affect this? So far as I know, he has a normal network, with a PDC/BDC, Internet server, with all computers running through those servers. He ALSO uses Mozilla...does the use of Mozilla affect in any way how Internet Explorer 6 SP1 displays the aforementioned windows?