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Hi guys, hope you can help.

I have a user who is using Windows XP.

When using Internet Explorer, he can browse to a web page on our intranet, log in and a session is created for him to use an internet application.

When he tries to open up a second session by browsing a new window and logging on, he gets a page cannot be displayed.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks

Simon
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Hi Simon336697,

does your intranet page allow for multiple sessions to be opened by the one user?

Cheers!
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Hi Jay!

Yes it does
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ok just a test for me

from one comupter open up a session and at the same time from another computer open up the another session using the same user

this way we can narrow it down to the computer or the intranet itself :)
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does that mean all is well??
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