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Ms_rissy

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Hi there...I wasn't sure where to post this so it may be in the wrong location.

I am trying to log into this web page: http://24.20.179.181/apfw/

When I try it either says "cannot authenticate user" or gives me an error screen. This is for work...my boss says that he can log into it just fine under my name so it must be something with my computer. I've added all the following to my "trusted sites":
http://24.20.179.181/apfw/
http://24.20.179.181/
http://www.bigfni.net

Still won't work. So, I cleared out my temporary files, cookies, and history. Nothing.
I lowered my security and privacy settings to low and...nothing.
I removed all my antivirus programs and spyware and toolbars and instant messaging....still nothing.

If anyone might know why it won't work on ym computer...please help. I've included a screnshot of the error I keep getting.

Thanks in advance.
-ms_rissy

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You didnt do a very successful job of removing all the things you said you did. I see yahoo messenger and MSAS running.

That looks like a server-side error to me. To be on the safe side, do you have all the windows updates?

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Ms_rissy

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The screenshot was taken before I removed those programs.

Also, I updated my windows and it still gives me that same error. Any idea what else it may be? My boss said he can log into my user on his computer, which leads me to believe it's some problem with my computer. ..maybe I'm off on that.


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Are you using Microsoft BizTalk Server 2004 or later by any chance? I ask because BizTalk Server 2004 requires that the COM+ Rollup QXP6 for Microsoft Windows XP or the COM+ Rollup 29 for Microsoft Windows 2000 be installed, depending on your operating system.

Your boss' PC may be configured to use the .NET Framework which your PC is not set up to use yet. Have your IT check this. Of course, I may be "talking" through my hat here since I never have used and don't like .NET anything. LOL Hopefully, someone more knowledgeable in this area will come along and help.

Ron
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