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I believe a GPO is causing Google Calendar's login page to not fully render in IE6 or IE7... what policy though?

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A company we do business with is sharing a Google calendar with us but we cannot logon to the page. I tried this in IE6 and after I saw that failed I upgraded to IE7. I've included a screenshot at 75% zoom to help emphasize what's happening.

I feel this could be GPO related but I don't know what policies would be Google Calendar affecting. Does anyone have any insight?
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by:ivarson408
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My guess is that it is more IE related than GPO.

Here are a few things to try, test login after each:

- reset security zones to default in IE
- add login page to trusted zones
- reset IE settings

If GPO is setting things in IE we will need to look at what it is setting. What version of windows are you running?
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What error message are you getting upon trying to login?
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by:achapman5
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I tried each of those to no avail. It's bizarre... as if a script can't run or something.
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by:achapman5
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It's not so much an error but that the page won't render entirely meaning I can't even see the login screen.
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by:ivarson408
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Do you have a proxy server or anything else filtering traffic? I have seen that cause these type of issues before.
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by:ivarson408
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Try updating your java client. It appears that there is a java script on that page.
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Any luck updating the java client?
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Updating the Java client didn't work. It seems that IE8 doesn't have the issue.

If I use this link which I pulled from some of the privacy warnings / blocked cookies messages, it seems to work. It looks like the site is down at the moment (www.radmoonlighting.com).
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