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Google Maps not working correctly

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Good day, I am hoping that somebody on this forum can point me in the right direction with a problem that I am having with Google maps. We use Thin clients (multiple users) that log onto a terminal server and it seems that I have a never ending problem with IE and Chrome having to be reset to basic settings on a regular basis so I was wondering if there is anything that I should be looking for that could be corrupting things. I have run Malwarebytes on all serves and found no issues whilst our normal antivirus software is McAfee. One of the key indicators that things aren't working properly is that google maps slows down and does not work properly, then we do a reset and it works again. Currently I have one user where it works in IE but not Chrome and all other users seem to be fine. This is however not unique to this user but rather to the server (we have another one which does not have problems and ,other than language, both are set up the same).

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Hello witblitz

It may have something to do with the cookies.

Try deleteing the cookies, See if that changes the problem any. If it does you can change the settings in the browser to not store cookies that way you would not have to clear every time you wanted to use the PC.

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