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godaddy webmail cannot login from laptop

Posted on 2014-10-28
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From this one particular laptop, I cannot login to Godaddy webmail.  I can login on another computer, on the same network, with this particular user just fine.  Have scanned and cleaned spyware, viruses, etc.  System is clean.  Running Windows 8.0 right now.  Plan on updating to Windows 8.1.  Have tried in multiple browsers, IE, Firefox, Chrome etc. and all do the same.  I get the login page.  I enter credentials, and then I get a connection timed out error after about 30 seconds.
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Are the Date/Time settings correct? SSL/TLS just like Kerberos doesn't like time differences between authenticated entity and the authentication server.
Also make sure you don't lose any packets - ping that webpage while you try to log in.
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I'll check that as soon as I look at the machine again, which won't be till Thursday.
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The Windows 8.1 update actually fixed the issue.  Giving you full credit for posting some great suggestions.  Thanks for the help.
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