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Posted on 2011-09-19
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I loaded sharepoint 2010 portal to be the home page on several of my users computers.

They then said they did not want this to be the home page.

I removed from home page list.

Now when browsing the web the Sharepoint login pops up when accessing other web pages (National Review for one)

What is causing this?
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Question by:Larry_DLIC
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by:cirillop
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Did you try flushing the DNS
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by:Larry_DLIC
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No. Will try
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Flushing DNS did not work.
Problen is with server settings.  Routed internet to another router.  Problem Stopped.
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by:Larry_DLIC
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Suggestions did not solve the problem.  

It probably put me on a good tract.

I solved by setting gateway to another router.
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