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windos 2003 server system issues

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My windows 2003 server system wont allow me to login to websites like EE etc. Once after i click the login button ..it will just show an endless processing bar. What could be root cause for this issue. I have checked my IE settings, everything seems to be fine. Other compuer in the same LAN doesnt ahve any issues like this. Pls help
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in IE under tools,options,connections,lan settings try ticking or unticking auto deteck settings and changing your home page and try again, also look at dns
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by:niger007
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problem still exist.
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by:rpartington
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Firstly I would never personnally be using a server to browse the web, not even EE, having said that have you checked for the obvious spyware/malware/virus/cleared cache/cookies, tried logging in as a differant admin user.
It should not make any differance but its worth a shot, add EE to your trusted sites list as a test.
Do you have a proxy in your network which prevents certain websites.
Is there a policy by maybe your predecessor which is setup similar to a proxy which prevents access to sertain websites.
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by:tim1731
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from dos prompt can you ping www.google.com  IE test that dns is working and that you can get onto the internet
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by:niger007
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i can get into internet.. only when i login to some site or downloading, something is blocking..
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