Unable to Open Website By using Https

dear all,

i am have some problem with one of my user,

he is complain from unable to open any https site.

so if he wents to purchase or check his e-mail by using https, we found that, the Page is stuck in searching and stay along time as if its search for something, and then unable to open completely .

please urgent help

this userr have win xp sp2, with the latest update & security patches .

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Have them empty all their temporary Internet files.



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Go to tools<internet options<general tab, delete files and also delete all off line content.
Pete LongTechnical ConsultantCommented:
annot connect to HTTPS (XP)

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Try to reset web setting in IE or restore default in Advanced - Internet Properties.
Mohammed HamadaSenior IT ConsultantCommented:
Danny ChildIT ManagerCommented:
reinstall Internet Explorer SP1 (which is all of IE, actually)

and also do the usual spyware checks - SpyBot, Microsoft AntiSpyware...

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