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Topic # 21769 6-May-2008 15:31 Send private message

Am I going crazy or has MS pulled their somewhat useful KB site?


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Reply # 128832 6-May-2008 15:37 Send private message

gished: Am I going crazy or has MS pulled their somewhat useful KB site?



I am able to browse the site. Whats happening on your side?




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  Reply # 128833 6-May-2008 15:42 Send private message

no problem here, tried firefox, ie, opera, and safari :)

 

 



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  Reply # 128835 6-May-2008 15:43 Send private message

this site might be of assistance with this type of question in future :)

http://downforeveryoneorjustme.com/

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  Reply # 128836 6-May-2008 15:43 Send private message

hmm fine here also



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  Reply # 129088 7-May-2008 11:59 Send private message

It does seem a bit wierd. Its the only site (that we know of) that doesn't work on our network.

Turns out our proxy was recieving the page but becuase the page size reported (from the ms webserver) was longer than the page itself the proxy had issues relaying that back to the desktops. It had something to do with the proxy rendering the page first before relaying it to the pc's.

...Interesting

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  Reply # 129092 7-May-2008 12:12 Send private message

that's interesting, what is your internal environment? Windows Server? Linux? Sun? Apple? Other?



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  Reply # 129319 8-May-2008 11:07 Send private message

Standard Windows enviro with *nix proxy (controlled by external company)

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