|10 Apr 2012||#1|
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Internal website "enable is set to prompt" message?
Has anyone seen this related issue? We have an internal website where the user has to login. We have over 2000 users and no one gets this message (enable is set to prompt). I have 1 user who is suddenly getting this message every time she goes in to this system and at every page change. I tried logging in to it from her machine and have the same problem. All the settings look correct and mirror mine. My preference is to figure out why this is only happening to her machine and not change her settings to something non-standard. We are on Windows 7 64bit and she is using the 32bit IE8 browser. THX.
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