Updated 4/5/2014 TECHNOLOGY IN THIS DISCUSSION Join the Community! I’m guessing it’s a configuration problem on my end. The error is not browser/client based by rather server based. must be related to your machine, can anybody else access the page in your office via IE ? 0 Anaheim OP Jeremy4775 Aug 14, 2012 at 3:38 UTC http://stickersweb.com/internet-explorer/website-links-not-working-in-ie9.php
No proxy settings in any of the browsers.. Heck, for all you know this is a combo of their server setup as well as local cookie/session issues. cmd line: ipconfig /flushdns I know those sound like dumb obvious solutions but it did work for me once! There are still a lot of websites and things written that work 'best' or 'as intended' only in IE.
Did you use the same PC when you tried it off-LAN? If so, then I'll concede that I'm barking up the wrong tree. Next, remove this line of code: You then have a