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    Windows Profiles and https websites

    We have recentley rebuilt all of our users profiles, we are now experiencing a problem we did not have before. When we try to open a webpage that is https it show page cannot be displayed. Please can anyone help us get a quick fix to this problem?

    exampls website https://www.e-tasks.com/Home.aspx

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    What happens if you logon locally as an administrator, configure proxy settings (if necessary). Does this work?

    If not, it could possibly be a port issue. Normal unsecure http traffic uses port 80, but secure traffic https uses port 443. Might be worth checking.

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