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Blocked from log-in/ security settings prompt


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#1 gotbent

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Posted 19 July 2005 - 07:07 PM

I don't know if anybody might have some insight or a notion to what the source of my problem is but neither the related site's nor AOL's tech support could reach a conclusion ,and I'm useless,so I'm kinda grasping for straws. I'm homeschooling my kid and need to log into thier website to access a placement test. I have not been able to because as soon as I log in I am prompted that I need to reconfigure my security setting to medium, basically they need javascripting enabled. I did so although they were already set that way and it didn't help. Since then I retried the same steps, Aol repaired IE for me, worked on my cache, had me reset my settings and a few other small things none of which helped. The website's support staff informed me that she was able to log in as me using my username and password, she felt something was " blocking IE" but didn't know what it would be. I don't even have a clue what to do next or what it possibly could be- I am as green as spinach. HELP?

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#2 yano

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Posted 19 July 2005 - 07:58 PM

Try accessing the website in Firefox. You can download it from my sig.

If that doesn't work, trying adding the website to the "trusted sites" in the security settings for IE.




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