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OWA, One machine can't load it?

Posted on 2012-04-05
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We have a network of about 50 machines. Each one of them can access OWA from the Internet explorer. All besides one computer. This computer is running Windows 7 with IE 8.

When you type in the address it just sits there loading, even to make it more odd the status bar is flashing like a hundred miles an our between (Website Found. Waiting for reply) and (Connecting to site xx.xxx.xxx.xxx (our web server address))

Is there any reason why this might be acting this way? Is there any prerequisite that this computer may be missing? I added the address to the trust sites list.
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Question by:Pancake_Effect
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by:Geodash
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Try Firefox or a different browser, see if its IE causing it?
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Anuroopsundd earned 500 total points
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Their is no specific requirement.
 can you reset the IE Browser
Tools ->Internet Options
click on the advanced tab and click on restore advanced settings.

also clear the cache...
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by:anilp14
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http://support.microsoft.com/kb/911829/en-gb

Go to Start > All Programs > right click on Internet Explorer > click Properiies > Shortcut > Advanced > check Run as Adminstrator > OK. Works for me.
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by:Pancake_Effect
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Thanks Anuroopsundd, that did it! The restoring settings didn't help, but deleting the temp Internet files and clearing the cache did it.

Thanks for the help
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