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Windows 7: HTTPS error every time


11 Oct 2010   #1

Windows 7 Professional x64 & 32bit
 
 
HTTPS error every time

Hello, I've scoured the web for this but can't find a solution. Every time I go to a https site in Windows 7/IE8, I get the "Certificate Error: Navigation Blocked" "There is a problem with this website's security certificate". This happens to both internal sites at my company and external sites (even https://billing.microsoft.com !)

I can click the "Continue to this website" and everything is fine, but I want to make this 'error' go away completely -- for every https site. Any ideas?

Thanks!


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11 Oct 2010   #2

 
 

google search came up with this, have you tried it?
"I went to Tools->Internet Options->Advanced and unchecked "Check for server certificate revocation" and this fixed it"
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11 Oct 2010   #3

Windows 7 Ultimate x86
 
 

Isn't that a bit like uninstalling your AV because all those keygens come up as Trojans?

Google says this:
Quote:
  1. Double-click the time in your taskbar to open the Date & Time Properties menu.
  2. From the Date & Time tab, verify that the appropriate month, day, and year are selected.
  3. Click Apply to save any changes you make.
  4. From the Time Zone tab, verify that your time zone is selected. If the time zone in which you are located is not displayed, select your time zone from the drop-down menu.
  5. Verify that the box beside Automatically adjust clock for daylight savings changes is checked.
  6. Click OK.
  7. Close all your browser windows, restart your browser and try logging in again.
-DG
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11 Oct 2010   #4

 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by SledgeDG View Post
Isn't that a bit like uninstalling your AV because all those keygens come up as Trojans?

Google says this:

Quote:
  1. Double-click the time in your taskbar to open the Date & Time Properties menu.
  2. From the Date & Time tab, verify that the appropriate month, day, and year are selected.
  3. Click Apply to save any changes you make.
  4. From the Time Zone tab, verify that your time zone is selected. If the time zone in which you are located is not displayed, select your time zone from the drop-down menu.
  5. Verify that the box beside Automatically adjust clock for daylight savings changes is checked.
  6. Click OK.
  7. Close all your browser windows, restart your browser and try logging in again.
-DG
seems sledge is quite appropriate, was just offering some help.
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11 Oct 2010   #5

Windows 7 Professional x64 & 32bit
 
 

Thanks Pusspa, but I tried that to no avail. I tried a couple other settings near that one too, and they did not work either.

SledgeDG, I have already tried the Date/Time thing, but also this is happening on multiple computers with different loads. Plus, my company's Windows Domain controller sync's all our times. Also, about the "uninstalling your AV", yes I realize this can be a security risk but we do have other security measures in place to take care of these sites.

It just seems silly that they don't make this easy to disable for those of us who don't want it.
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