IE Java Exception Forms ErrorLocked
I have a something strange happening in Internet Explorer (Java Exception.) On my company?s network we have several HP Vectra VL8 NT workstations. When they were purchased and deployed they had IE 4.0 without the active desktop enhancement that camein the later 4.01 SP1. Throughout the past year or two we have been upgrading IE to the most current releases along with adding OS service packs when they are released, if necessary. Right now we have NT SP6a installed.
Now the issue: There is a particular secured web site that I need to access (https://) SSL seems to be fine. The website uses an Oracle Developer Form Runtime at the customer service interface where you have to authenticate to open the database. On these particular machines(only) I get a Java Exception error. The information window that pops up says ?FRM-92100: Your connection to the server was interrupted. This may be a result of a network error, or a failure on the server. You will need to reestablish your connection.? I?m pretty sure there is no network error and their server isn?t malfunctioning. I say this because I don?t have any problems connecting from any other machines we have, (Dell Optiplex workstations.) They all have the same build of IE 5.5 on them, with NTSP6a installed. I can?t see any reason why the Vectras won?t connect to the Oracle DB. I have tried to uninstall IE then reinstall, I have tried reapplying the service pack. Does anyone have any suggestions for things to try other than installing Netscape (I don’t know if that will even work, I’m going to try that in a few minutes) or building the machine over from scratch? I’m not building it over… everything else is working fine. Management wants IE to be the only browser installed which is set by the standard. I would only install Netscape to test it.