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Avin148

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Ok tried that with KiwiProbe and still no go. We have done a complete factory reset, reset all settings on the browsers, Downloaded and tried Javascript, Enabled Javascript on the browsers, contacted the company and had my passwords and login changed three times, Disabled all firewalls and antivirus programs and tried loging in (all AV and firewalls are now enabled again). Still the problem persists. I can login on to my work site on a tablet, other computers but this problem only happens on my Compaq laptop. Was wondering if the site could be incompatable with Windows 8 & 8.1 but I Have been able to login with this laptop before. Sorry for bringing such a mistry to you but I can not afford to take my laptop to a technician so any more help you could give in this would be welcome. Thanks.
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Hi,

Only one idea when you try to login did you type the password or you use Copy & Paste?
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I never use autofill for passwords nor do I copy and paste passwords. I always fill them in and have everything set not to remember paswords.
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I never use autofill for passwords nor do I copy and paste passwords. I always fill them in and have everything set not to remember paswords.

Ok, just for checking because I recently come across a Bug in Windows 7 Remote Desktop client that fails to logon if we Paste the password!
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All good. Every possibility needs to be explored.
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