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    IE / OWA / Sticky Keys

    Since the easter where i have installed various updates quite a few people have come to me with problems with there keyboards.

    Basically whats happening is when they type into OWA there username/password sometimes they may have to press the key a few times for the PC to respond and input the key .

    The only thing i can think of is that these old admin machines have now updated to IE8 or that its because the OWA address is no longer Bypassed as a local address via the proxy ( removed it as some was having problems) .

    Has any one else experianced this as of late ?

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    yeah we get that occasionally. Seems to happen most when inputting username/password as soon as the page appears (so maybe before fully loaded?).
    normally after a few seconds wait we dont seem to have any problems.

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    Very strange .

    Seemed to have fixed this issue .

    Added the Site to 'The bypass address box' in the proxy settings in IE .

    How very strange.

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