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IE not getting connected

By helpdesk ·
I reinstalled a PC with w2k and tried to configure IE through our proxy but not getting connected. In the same office evrybody is getting connection with the same settings. can anybody help please

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by peeyush_maurya In reply to IE not getting connected

- r u able to ping ur proxy server
- is ur computer on same network class as other computers on network
- do u have any firewall installed in this client machine
- check for virus and also run adaware

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by sfc_gijoe In reply to IE not getting connected

Are the lights on your NIC on? Can you log onto the network? Can you see the Network in Network Neighborhood? Give us a little more detail please.

Some Suggestions:
1. Check patch cable
2. make sure drop is hot
3. release & renew your ip configuration
4. check NIC in device manager

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by glenn In reply to IE not getting connected

W/O knowing what kind of proxy your using it is a bit difficult to help but try these suggestions...

1. Bang head against wall.
2. go to dos (start, run, cmd then enter) and ping www.hostmedic.com do you get a reply?

If reply - then try to browse to the site via
http://216.127.74.54 --> if you see the site then this is most likely a setting with the proxy itself blocking your mac address or ip address...

If no reply then check cables, bang head once again. if using Active Directory make sure the PC is not in an OU that will not allow port 80 traffic.

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by donmars In reply to IE not getting connected

go to tools>internet options>>connection tab>Lan settings button uncheck "use a proxy server for your lan" click ok, THEN apply and ok. Now can you go to the internet? If so then you got a problem with proxy setup. Are you running DHCP? If not check gateway address.

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