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I have an interesting problem on a teacher's desktop pc - running Win XP Pro SP2 & IE 7. ...
18th January 2008, 05:41 PM #1
"Error 403" & "Moved to here" message
I have an interesting problem on a teacher's desktop pc - running Win XP Pro SP2 & IE 7. It has .net 3 framework installed along with 1 & 2 and all the updates.
With any user logged on, including the Admin locally, everything works okay except for accessing attachments in Hotmail/Live and Yahoo email. Clicking on an attachment of any kind will result in either the classic 'Error 403' page or a 'Moved to here' page and no download of the attachment. Downloading files from other sites is also affected, but it seems only those using http not ftp.
I have done everything I can think of such as purging the machine, resetting IE to defaults, updating, checking for nasties, etc and a trawl through Google results doesn't give me anything that solves the problem.
I installed Mozilla Firefox and it behaves strangely: it displays the html of any webpages visited, not the actual page.
Does anyone have any suggestions? Thanks.
Last edited by tech_guy; 18th January 2008 at 08:18 PM.
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18th January 2008, 08:38 PM #2
First thing I can suggest would be to run the System File Checker using "sfc scannow" which should clear up any potentially corrupt file issues that may be lurking.
Beyond that, I'm stumped.
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tech_guy (24th January 2008)
18th January 2008, 08:46 PM #3
I'm remote accessing the machine now and I'm using a test email I have to sent and opening it in IE7 via Hotmail/Live. JPGs and TXT files open okay. PDFs, .DOCs and CSVs don't.
It's doing my head in!
19th January 2008, 02:09 PM #4
what about uninstalling the dot net 1 , 2 and 3 and ensuring file associations are ok for those file types that you mentioned ie docs, pdfs etc and make sure those are ok and completely reset ie 7 and if it still does not work then un install ie 7 and go back to ie 6 and make sure its ok with ie 6 and then update to ie 7 and make sure it still works and then try dot net 1 and try again and then dot net 2 if that works and check again and if it still works go to dot net 3.
See when the issue starts occuring.
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tech_guy (24th January 2008)
24th January 2008, 01:07 PM #5
@robc & gecko - thanks for the input.
Discovered the user had stuffed ZoneAlarm on the PC and had then blocked just about everything when asked what to do.
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