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IE works, chrome doesn't on wamp

Posted on 2014-12-06
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I'm running my website internally on a win7 pro/wamp system. I've make some recent changes to some reports and have come up with the issue that IE works fine but chrome does not. in chrome it seems that a logged in user gets re-directed arbitrarily to some arbitrary location . All systems are the latest with any required updates applied. Is there any basic features or parameters of wamp that would cause something like this?
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No.  And nothing about Chrome either... except that Chrome will not accept cookies for 'localhost'.  You must use the IP address or domain/server name of the machine for Chrome to accept cookies.
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