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codeman007

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Hi I'm new here.

I have access to this particular web site where I can do courses for my employment. I get on it no problem at work and I was also able to do it on another house computer. I just bought a new computer a week ago in order to do these courses at home. It is windows xp.

Here's my problem:

Once I log on with my ID and password, I can only get so far and then I get a message saying that "either my cookie has expired or I no longer have access to this page". But I know I have access 'cause I can do it from my workplace.

I have tried deleting temporary internet files, deleting cookies, disable script debugging, added it to my trusted sites, lowered my security settings, override cookie handling for individual web sites and finally I have rebooted my computer.

Please help as you are my last resort!!!
Thanks
 
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Go into tools>internet options and then into the Privacy Tab, you might have it set too high.
 
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Did you log off at work, it may not let you in if you are logged in at another ip address.
 
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I don't mean closing IE or turning off your computer, I mean clicking the "log out" button on the website your trying to access. Just trying to be clear here :)

Have tried another browser?
 

codeman007

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thank you for your help. i have just tried another browser and this time it took me where i needed to go. Is it normal the IE can only bring me half way??
 

codeman007

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The most annoying thing just happened...I tried it again on the other browser and it's doing the same thing...

giving up
 
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