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    Question No access to any https websites

    We made some changes to our active directory and GPOs last week.

    Now some users on some PCs cannot access any https websites at all. On the same pc some users can and some can't.

    We're using Windows XP SP3.

    None of our GPOs for internet explorer settings were changed and gpresult shows the correct GPOs being applied.

    Error message: Internet Explorer cannot display page.

    Internet Explorer Diagnostics:
    warn HTTPS: Error 12157 connecting to Microsoft Corporation. An error occurred in the secure channel

    Any ideas?

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    Quote Originally Posted by marcgr View Post
    We made some changes to our active directory and GPOs last week.

    Now some users on some PCs cannot access any https websites at all. On the same pc some users can and some can't.

    We're using Windows XP SP3.

    None of our GPOs for internet explorer settings were changed and gpresult shows the correct GPOs being applied.

    Error message: Internet Explorer cannot display page.

    Internet Explorer Diagnostics:
    warn HTTPS: Error 12157 connecting to Microsoft Corporation. An error occurred in the secure channel

    Any ideas?
    we had the same issue....

    solution i found was re-create man profile, pop me a pm if you need help

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    I've installed Google Chrome and the same users get:
    This webpage is not available
    The webpage at https://anywhere.com/somepage might be temporarily down or it may have moved permanently to a new web address.
    Error 2 (net::ERR_FAILED): Unknown error

    I'm going to investigate user's profiles...

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    Finally fixed it! Application Data had been redirected but users did not have write permissions on the folder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zx2012 View Post
    Finally fixed it! Application Data had been redirected but users did not have write permissions on the folder.
    Hey thanks, this problem has been bugging me for ages, nothing else worked but changing the permissions on the AppData folder did the trick! Cheers

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