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Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by R.Fritz, Feb 15, 2005.

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  1. R.Fritz

    R.Fritz Thread Starter

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    We have our business website that nobody at work can get to bring up, but we can from home. The website is www.hillcrestnh.org On my computer at work I messed with the Internet Explorer Option settings and then after restarting I was able to bring it up. Then the next time I turned the PC on again later that day I am unable to get it again. My internet provider is unable to fix the problem. Does anybody have any ideas? I am assuming it is a setting but have no idea which one. Any help would be appreciated. We are running XP PRO on a networked system with Windows 2000 Server.
     
  2. sekirt

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    Unless you got the URL incorrect, you have other problems. When I go there, I get: "hillcrestnh" was not found.

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  3. R.Fritz

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    The URL is correct. I haven't tried today but I could get it the other day. Could someone else try it for me? Thanks!
     
  4. dugq

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    I cant get it either
     
  5. R.Fritz

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    So any suggestions what to do from here?
     
  6. dugq

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    If the page is down then you need to contact the website administrators. When I tried to ping it I didn't even get a result back from my ISPs DNS servers
     
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