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Problem connecting to Https server!


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jbloggsnaija

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Hi,

I am having a problem connecting to any kind of https server. I have checked my internet options...security and LAN Settings. I have even removed all my anti-virus for now in case it's conflicting but no luck. Please assist.

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Joe
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You've got to describe your system and setup or none of us will be able to help you. The number one reason why topics don't get replies is there isn't enough information supplied.

Questions like the make and model of machine, the type of network card/device, the router, how you are trying to configure your setup, have there been any changes such as malware or new hardware?
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Hi,

My machine is a Dell laptop connected via wireless router to ADSL. I have read past solutions to this problem and checked my internet options on my browser and it's consistent with your suggestions....I even tried fixing my LAN settings on the browser to automatically detect settings but no luck.

Just now I realised that a file "awtqn.dll" has been intalled on the machine and I tried to delete it without luck.....it's in the Windows\system32 directory. Any help will be appreciated.

Regards,

Joe.
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