Sharepoint 2010 Juniper Issue

Hello, what would prevent a user from accessing a network remotely from another network when other users in the same environment are able to access the network remotely without incident? A Juniper error is received.

What would be the resolve or fix for this?
Lord_DragonAsked:
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Sanga CollinsSystems AdminCommented:
what is the error received?
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Lord_DragonAuthor Commented:
"Access to the Web site is blocked by your administrator"
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Sanga CollinsSystems AdminCommented:
This doesn't look like a juniper error. If the juniper was blocking access, you would just get "page can not be displayed"

This looks like something in either you domain environment or on the workstation is causing the problem. Is the user able to access network shares?
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Lord_DragonAuthor Commented:
Yes
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Sanga CollinsSystems AdminCommented:
Ok, your share point admin is going to need to take a look at the users account and its permissions. If another user can connect to sharepoint from the same workstation then that will help narrow down the issue even more. My expertise is in juniper netscreen and not so much share point, but I can still help you ask the right questions of your sharepoint admin so that you can get this resolved.
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Lord_DragonAuthor Commented:
Yes, other users can connect from the same workstation.

I've noticed that a small segment of the URL alters (the section immediately after "https://"). When I manually change that segment to its original, the destination is reached and the site is saved to favorites and is reachable repeatedly. It appears resolved but I'm not truly comfortable with the fix becuase I'm unsure what happened and why.
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Sanga CollinsSystems AdminCommented:
You may want to look at DNS settings and/or scan for spyware and malware. This is not normal behavior in any web browser.
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Lord_DragonAuthor Commented:
This wasn't the resolve but the effort was and is greatly appreciated. Partial URL modification and then saving to favorites is a successful workaround.
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