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IE5 Not Viewing Intranet

By slink ·
I have gone around and around with this thing. I have one computer which will not access our intranet. We are using Proxy Server and our internet access is done through an ISDN line. She can access the internet fine but cannot access the intranetor any of it's pages. Everyone else can access the intranet and internet fine. The connections are set the same as all others and there are no restrictions on that one user to prevent intranet access. Any suggestions?

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by danmh57 In reply to IE5 Not Viewing Intranet

Two things (maybe more) to check:
1.) make sure you are using TCP/IP for network communications.
2.) check your host file in the windows directory, make sure the "friendly name" URL is listed along with the intranet's server location. You can useany existing entries there as an example of how to list your intranet's address.

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by 928next In reply to IE5 Not Viewing Intranet

Under your proxy settings, select Advanced, and under your Exceptions, enter the url of your intranet site. This tells your browser to not go use the proxy server for your intranet site. This is common where I work.

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by jason.hefley In reply to IE5 Not Viewing Intranet

Or you can check that bypass proxy for local addresses under tools, options, Lan settings.

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by Cactus Pete In reply to IE5 Not Viewing Intranet

You might wish to check the user's network properties under tcp/ip. Make sure the user's machine is set to the same domain as the others.

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