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Page not displayed error randomly for IE but not Firefox

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We recently made a network-related change to a web-based application and are now receiving 'page not displayed' on a handful of user's PC's when running the application, who are using IE v.6.0.  They don't always get the error, it only happens sporadically on random pages insdie the application.  We've asked a couple of them to try using FireFox, which worked, but we cannot install FireFox on all of the PC's unfortunately, and need to find the root cause of the issue.

The application is Java based, and was recently change from a CSM to F5 load balancer - the problems started happening after this change.  The app also uses SSL, and runs both inside and outside the firewall.  Any recommendations would be greatly appreciated!  I've already tried the basics, like clearing the cache, cookies, SQL state, etc...  The operating system is Win XP.  Thanks
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I'd recommend installing IE7. It may not be the best browser available but it's definitely better than IE6.
And also update your Java Runtime Environment.

http://update.microsoft.com
http://www.java.com
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