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IE5 and NT problem - corrupt profile?

By hoosyer ·
I have a user on NT4.0 SP4. She gets java errors on some websites. She can open the same websites when she logs in on another PC. (Both NT, local profiles.) Other people can log in to her PC and access the java sites. If I give her admin rights, shecan visit the java sites w/o problems. I have tried deleting and replacing her profile; have copied a known good profile to the default user profile so as to take that out of the picture. She still cannot access the java sites while others with her same privileges can. It must be some sort of profile corruption, but what??

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by rcobb In reply to IE5 and NT problem - corr ...

It may not be a profile problem. Have you verified that her classpath is set? Or, set differently than other users? Is he using the Java Plugin? Microsoft VM? What browser is she using, IE or Netscape? What browser version? What specific error messages (if any) are being thrown?

I don't mean to sound snotty, but if you can provide some of these details, it may be a bit easier to get an understanding of what exactly is happening.

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by hoosyer In reply to IE5 and NT problem - corr ...

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by dlw6 In reply to IE5 and NT problem - corr ...

Concur with the other answer, with additions.

Have you checked the browser options? Most browsers allow security settings (such as disabling the Java compiler) that can change the behavior of active content and scripting languages.

Good fortune,
Don

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