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    Ssl


    for some reason ssl doesnt work on my pc.
    now this is really crippeling. it's not my browser, as it's the same on different browsers. does any1 know whats happening?
    is there a control on XP to turn off ssl?
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    Do you mean that:

    1. You cant view SSL pages in your internet explorer (on different sites)
    2. Just one particualr site

    or

    3. You are running apache and have installed SSL but it doesnt work for you/other people

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    4. Somthing different, and in this case please xplain as best you can

    Just need to get the question straight before people can try and help you
    Last edited by bloo_fish; June 1st, 2003 at 01:45 PM.
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    I cant view SSL pages in internet explorer or any other browser (on different sites)


    i mean

    I cant view SSL pages in internet explorer or any other browser (on different sites)

    that's s honestly all the info i have. i am running win XP, and i am on a dial up modem. other pc's are running on the same 56k connection, and they can view ssl pages

    please help...
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    Still not 100% But i think you mean

    If you went to say, http://www.amazon.co.uk , You wouldnt be able to order somthing with your credit card becuase they use ssl

    Have a look in your IE options, Tools, Internet Options

    And if you go to the tab shown in pick below, check your SSL prefrences



    Does it look similar to that?

    Edit: Also you could go onto Windows update site (Start, All programs, Windows Update), see if theres any downloads about ssl, or get Internet Explorer 6 if you dont already have it
    Last edited by bloo_fish; June 1st, 2003 at 04:41 AM.

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