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  1. tehstickyick

    tehstickyick Thread Starter

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    Everytime I access certain webpages it askes for a certificate.. I click ok and then it stops, and at the bottom of the page it says Done.. It only started doing this recently. Can anyone help?

    Thanks

    -Blaze
     
  2. tehstickyick

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    can anyone help?>
     
  3. dr20

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    If it's only happening in certain sites have you tried putting them in the Restricted zone where Javascript and ActiveX are disabled?
     
  4. JayT

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    How do I keep my web browser from bugging me about an SSL certificate?

    Certain sites, including the calendar and webmail, where you will have to enter a password or other confidential information, will present you with an SSL certificate. If you do not want to be prompted with a certificate warning every time you access one of these secure pages, you can install the certificate permanently.

    In Internet Explorer for Windows, when you see a security alert about the certificate, choose View Certificate. On the next screen, click Install Certificate. Accept all the defaults.
     
  5. tehstickyick

    tehstickyick Thread Starter

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    Ok your on the right track (finally someone is), heres the deal
    I go to the site, it prompts, i click YES and then (when the login box should appear) it stops

    can ya PLEASE help??
     
  6. JayT

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    Don't know if this will help or not, but in IE Click on Tools, Internet Options, Advanced, scroll down to security and see what is checked. It probably has something to do with the SSL certificates or site certificates.
     
  7. tehstickyick

    tehstickyick Thread Starter

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    nope dont help
     
  8. TOGG

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    I don't have an answer to your problem, but the following information might help someone to help you;

    1. What OS and version of IE are you using and what cipher strength is
    your version of IE (click Help/About)

    2. Are you up to date with your Windows Patches? (you occasionally get
    Certificate updates that way)

    3. Did you install or uninstall anything around the time this problem started?

    4. Finally, have you tried the IE repair option? (I'm not saying that that is
    the answer, but it might be a last resort)
     
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