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Vista Sharepoint public access

Ok, I have purchased a laptop with Vista Buisness.  My first real experience with Vista, so far not bad.  Anyhow, I have a site for work, Sharepoint 3.0, that is available from outisde the network.  HTTPS://

Well, XP and all other OS can reach the site and by using authentication the user is logged in automatically.  So this Vista machine gives me an error.  "This Organization certificate has been revoked"  Doesn't give me the option to "Continue to the Website" only "Close this window".  

Obviously my cert is not revoked (Verisign).  However, I just thought and checked but I have my OWA cert through verisign as well, on a different server, and I can get to and log in just fine.

So now I think it maybe in the config of Sharepoint or something, any suggestions?

Thanks.
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Goofdru
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CMSnetTechCommented:
First check to be sure your pc time and date are correct

Next do you have Norton 360 installed?

If this is the case for you (or possibly a different "flavor" of
Symantec Security), Go to Tools > Manage Add Ons > Enable or Disable Add Ons (disable transaction security)

From there, you can then click "Publisher" to group the Symantec Add On's
together and then Disable them. Close and Restart IE

If you have firefox installed try to access it from there and see if you get the same error.

Good Luck

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CMSnetTechCommented:
Another thing you may want to try goto - Internet Options, "Advance" Tab. Under Security, un-check "Check for server certificate revocation*" and restart IE - That probably won't solve the problem but move it to the background and will let us know if IE is the problem.

Others have been having this same problem will corp. sites as well. Have you tried to see if you need any new updates for IE 7? :)


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GoofdruAuthor Commented:
Well it is a new laptop that came with Norton or something but we use CA eTrust so I uninstalled Norton.  I haven't yet installed CA at this point.

As far as the Internet Options I have set them like I normally do on XP boxes and it still don't work.  Added the site to the Local Intranet Sites.

I am still fiddling with it to see if I can figure it out.  I am sure I am over looking something.
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GoofdruAuthor Commented:
Well "Check for server certificate revocation*"  was it.

Thanks.
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