I get this error when logging into a secure website. "Object reference not set to an instance of an object"

Posted on 2009-04-22
Last Modified: 2013-12-08
When logging in to a secure website this error occurs after being several steps into the login/access process.
This is an XP Pro system that a week ago was working just fine at this site.

Have removed and reinstalled all .NET updates, reinstalled IE 7 & 8, installed Firefox (could not get past Active X issues) and tried Safari (same issues as Firefox).
Question by:chasster123
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    Author Comment

    Have reviewed and implemented - can test tomorrow when the secretary is in the office.

    Thanks for the feedback.\

    Author Closing Comment

    Sorry, not positive which subset of the above was the real contributing factor - in the mix the problem was resolved.

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