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IE6 SP2 Time-out

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by TBunosso, Jan 29, 2007.

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  1. TBunosso

    TBunosso Thread Starter

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    All,
    Perhaps someone else has experienced this and can help me...

    I am running IE6 SP2 on my corporate laptop. It is configured to use a proxy when going outside our network. There are no problems when I log in. I can get to both our intranet and out to the Internet. However, after 10 minutes, I can no longer get to the intranet. All efforts are met with "The page cannot be displayed..." I am still able to get out to the Internet without interruption. Once I reboot the laptop, I have another 10 minute window before my intranet craps out again.

    Any/all help is greatly appreciated.

    I have stumped 3 techs from our helpdesk/deskside support with this issue thus far.

    Regards,
    Tony
     
  2. bicycle bill

    bicycle bill Banned

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    Event viewer should give you some info about this problem.
     
  3. TBunosso

    TBunosso Thread Starter

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    Thanks Bill...
    The event viewer showed 3 repeating errors (none of which look specifically related to IE):
    SYSTEM
    Service Control Manager- Parallel port driver service failed to start
    SCardSvr-WDM Reader driver initialization cannot open reader device

    SECURITY
    Failure Audit - Category: Object Access Object Server:SC Manager Object Type: SC MANAGER OBJECT Object Name: ServicesActive

    There were no entries under APPLICATION
     
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