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    Website Java Problem? (6.0)

    Hi,

    A fair no. of websites I'm visiting are displaying the error as shown in the screenshot.

    E.g. www.easily.co.uk

    Seems to be from some Java Site
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    Re: Website Java Problem? (6.0)

    I am having no problem in getting to the above site.

    It may may be being blocked from your location and/or ISP.

    Where are you?

    Are you on a domain network?

    Who is your ISP?

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    Re: Website Java Problem? (6.0)

    I have no problem with the site either. I see no reference to "ntlm" on the page either. I don't think a Java applet should cause this type of warning....

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    Re: Website Java Problem? (6.0)

    Check the login settings under Tools>Internet Options... security tab. You first need to highlight the icon for the Internet zone (assuming this site is in your Internet zone, or whatever the relevant zone is), then click Custom Settings..., then scroll to the bottom of the list. Does it say "prompt for username and password"?

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    Re: Website Java Problem? (6.0)

    Jefferson, that is not a usual UserName and Password box, is it? It looks like a Firewall-specific box. Is that XP's firewall in action?

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    Re: Website Java Problem? (6.0)

    I've never seen that dialog before. Also, the setting I mentioned doesn't seem to have any effect on the three pages I checked at easily.co.uk. My revised thought is that the poster's organization is blocking selected types of active content, and that is why we can't replicate the error.

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    Re: Website Java Problem? (6.0)

    Just looking at the controls in the dialog, it certainly looks like a Java-generated dialog. It is not using the standard Windows controls to create the buttons and form boxes. I think I would agree that it has something to do with a local firewall or similar security setting. I have seen similar prompts from proxy servers on internal networks, though not just for pages containing Java.
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    Re: Website Java Problem? (6.0)

    Thanks everyone.

    I think you are right, it seems to be something specific from the IT guys here.
    As I don

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