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Internet Explorer 9 http redirection error

Posted on 2011-09-27
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Hello,
We have a local Intranet site that is accessible only when you are connected to our network and i'm planning to push it as a home page to  all domain users.
we have a lot of telecommuters so to avoid getting error page when starting thier browser, I decided to create a http redirection using a third party DNS management that manages our DNS.
let's say when the user starts thier web browser outside the office, it will redirect from our home page xx.com to microsoft.com, and when they come back to the office it will go back and open the xx.com
redirection outside the office worked great, however I E. 9 now opens only microsoft.com even though it's not the home page. i deleted cache and browsing history and every thing in the delete list and i removed the http redirection from the DNS company but still I.E 9 does not want to forget microsoft.com. if you switch users it works fine until you leave the office the same problem occurs with the new user.

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by:rsoly777
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sounds like you may need to work with Microsoft support since IE9 is new should be free support, but here are some how-to's that may point you in the right direction: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/internet-explorer/help/ie-9 
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I uninstalled I E 9 and then re-installed it.
it worked. i really dont know why
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by:Yucel Altingoz
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I uninstalled IE 9 and re-installed it and it worked fine
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