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Invalid Browser Version when opening Project Web Access

Posted on 2007-12-03
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We've recently installed a Project Server for one of our customers. One of the pc's gives the folowing error message when opening PWA:

Invalid Browser Version
Internet Explorer version 5.0 or later is needed to use Microsoft Project Web Access.

This is when we open IE7 and go to the PWA webpage. The Project Server version is 2003 running on SQL 2005. User accounts are synchronized with AD.

Other PC's have not given this problem in the domain.
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This is likely because of security settings on that user's browser. Make sure the PWA site is added to Trusted sites, set the trusted sites security to low (or match it up with another browser where it is working.)

Also look for any pop-up blockers or add-ins that might be causing the security problem.

Something is indicating to the server that this browser isn't compatible with IE and ActiveX.


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