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I am working with a customer that has Hyperion/Oracle in place 11.1.2.2.  When they open the Workspace (a java based website), often they get page errors, refresh and then eventually get in.  This all seems to stem from "BINDOWS" an OEM that Oracle uses for controls.  Does not matter whether it is IE7/8/9.  I have lots of other customers without any issues after I have them set up trust rights for IE.  But, this customer just continues to get the faults.

Typical errors are:

Message: Could not complete the operation due to error 80020101.
Line: 10
Char: 37877
Code: 0
URI: http://<CUSTOMER_SERVER>:9000/workspace/bpmstatic/thirdparty/bindows/html/js/application.js


I am suspicious there are group policies at play for IE that I cannot get visibility to, but not 100% sure.

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Will Szymkowski earned 500 total points
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On the machine in question you can use RSOP.MSC to see what GPO's are being applied to the machine via group policy. From there you can see what IE settings are set.

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Try blocking the the policy from trusted domain and check how does it work if it has impacted all clients.If if it is couple of users then ignore

2 trusted domains, block user GPO's for "second" domain
http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windowsserver/en-US/5b369428-1327-4847-b104-bd6b2a9ecf4c/2-trusted-domains-block-user-gpos-for-second-domain?forum=winserverGP

Run gpresut or rsop on client computer to check if any GPO applied from local domain/trusted domain is causing the issue as will suggested.
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by:whynot
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Will

I am checking the policies using RSOP.MSC - thank you.  I will post what I find.
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