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Internet exployer cannot display website

Somehow, i have lost access to a specific web site. how can i retrieve it?

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Hi and welcome to FixYa,

Initially, a couple of ideas you can try:

  • command prompt window, type "ipconfig /flushdns" less the quotes;
  • enable both "Use HTTP1.1 & Use HTTP 1.1 through Proxy Connections" in the Advanced tab of Internet Options;
  • reinstall/repair Winsock.
Good luck and Thank you for using FixYa.

Posted on Jan 08, 2009

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HI,
PLease do a adisccleanup first and then try loading thhis site.To that go to start>programs>acessories>system tools>disk cleanup
Then run a scan for your C drive and then try loading your internet explorer.

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Tell me some more;
like for which site you lost access.

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What is the site... perhaps it is off the net

Posted on Jan 08, 2009

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When trying to access edline.net it says internet exployer can not display webpage


try to update your browser if you are working on ver6 it wont work.
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Dec 19, 2012 | edline.net

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My internet explor has blocked pages from certain wesites how do i fix?


Depending on the way that the Internet Explorer Web browser's "Security" settings are configured, the browser may be blocking your access from certain pages.


The browser itself (based on information from Microsoft) may have deemed these pages insecure and dangerous, or you may have accidentally blocked the page yourself.


You can stop Internet Explorer from blocking websites by going through the program's "Security" settings page.


Open Internet Explorer.


Click "Tools."

Click "Internet Options."


Click "Security."


Click on the "Restricted Sites" icon and then the "Sites" button.


Click on the name of the website that you do not want blocked anymore, from the list of restricted sites.


Click "Remove." Click "OK" to save your changes and Internet Explorer will no longer be blocking that specific website.


Hope this helps

Nov 13, 2012 | Computers & Internet

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Internet says acesses forbidden


Does this message displays for all websites or a specific website?
The message means that the site to which you are trying to access will not grant permission to the URL making the request. Some sites do not like users to access certain web pages without first having to navigate through their site.

For example, if you try to access the following URL address:

www.checkupdown.com/accounts/grpb/B1394343/

you will receive the 403 message because you are trying to get into the site several directories deep. The server wants you to enter the site at w.checkupdown.com

This article explains it far better than I can. My hunch is that this is not a resolvable issue by us.

Nov 01, 2012 | Cell Phones

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I can't login to my facebook account , the internet exployer says that this web page cannot be accessed


Facebook has become an integral part of many people's daily lives by keeping them connected to friends and family, which can make not being able to get on the site quite frustrating. Facebook does experience occasional downtime and other issues, but if you're consistently having problems accessing it, a browsing filter, firewall or outdated software could be the culprit.

Browser Requirements:

You may have problems accessing Facebook if you haven't upgraded your Internet browser in awhile. As of 2011, Facebook recommends using Internet Explorer 8, Firefox 3 or Safari 4 for the best user experience. Updates to these browsers are free and can be found at the companies' websites. Some older computers may not be able to run the latest browser version and, therefore, have trouble displaying Facebook and other sites correctly.

Home Blocks:
Home computers also have tools to block certain websites; parents often install them to keep kids' Web activity under control. If this is your situation, you will have to talk to Mom and Dad about unblocking Facebook for you. If you have a PC with multiple user accounts, the "admin" is often the only account with permission to install or uninstall filtering software and extensions; you'll need to be logged into this account to change a filter's settings
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Firewalls:

Many computers and their antivirus programs now enable firewalls by default. Firewalls help protect your computer from malicious viruses and software, but sometimes they block access to sites you legitimately want to access. If you suspect your firewall is limiting your Facebook access, check the settings in Windows' Control Panel or in the program that enables the firewall, such as your antivirus software or wireless router software. Making the settings more permissible could solve the problem.

I hope you find it very helpful.
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Aug 11, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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I have a business requirenment that when user open the web browser it should get routed to a specific web site and then do a registration and after registrtaion he is free to use the internet and surf net....


If the user is outside your business you don,t need to it.If the user is on your network you can allow or restrict the access to the internet.The option you want to can be made in your web server by the webmaster.I think your bis is an internet cafe.So you need to make a page to do this kind of interface.If you run an internet network for your clients you need to let them to pay for it.

You can use a third party software to restrict user to access internet.

With iNet Protector you can restrict access to the Web and password protect Internet connection. You can restrict internet access at specified times or on demand. You can disable connection completely or limit Internet to work with allowed programs and services only. In order to fully enable Internet access, user defined password must be entered. You can easily schedule Internet availability. Timer allows you to disable Internet connection after specified amount of time. Very useful for parents and business owners.
Key features:
* Restrict Internet access at specified times
* Password protect Internet connection
* Enable and disable Internet on demand
* Allow Internet access for a specified amount of time
* Allow only specified services or programs such as e-mail
* For Parents - Protect your kids from using Internet too much
* For Businesses - Keep employees from online entertainment at work

Internet Access Controller is a leading software tool for controlling, blocking web sites and restricting internet & network access.Internet Access Controller can restrict internet access at specified times or on demand. You can password protect an internet connection. Protect your computer from viruses, trojans, worms that can be contracted from malicious websites or programs. Great for parental control or to prevent employess from inappropriate internet usage. You can block, limit or allow which programs and services have access to the internet. The timer feature allows you to disable the internet connection after a specified amount of time. IAC gives you complete control over your computer's network connection.
Key features and benefits
- Restrict internet and network access automatically at specified times
- Password protect internet and network connection
- Enable and disable internet on demand
- Allow internet access for a specified amount of time
- Allow only specified services or programs such as e-mail
- Allow only specified web sites
- Block specific web sites and allow the rest
- Set daily internet usage limits applied to all users or only specific users
- For Parents - Protect your children from the dangers of the web and limit online usage
- For Businesses - Keep employees from online abuse at work
Parents: Protect your children
- Limit time spent online
- Automatically turn off internet at night or at any other inappropriate time
- Block harmful programs, such as chat and online games
- Protect your computer from malicious websites or programs.
Businesses: Increase employee production at work
- Increase productivity by limiting temptation for inapporpriate web surfing.
- Only allow websites needed for daily tasks.
- Block unwanted websites or games.
- Only allow access to programs such as email, file sharing and business related programs.

If you use NTFS, you can use the file system's built-in permissions to restrict access to the Internet Options or Internet Tools Control Panel applet by performing the following steps:
  1. Start Windows Explorer
  2. Navigate to \%systemroot%\system32 (e.g., c:\windows\system32).
  3. Right-click inetcpl.cpl and select Properties from the context menu.
  4. Select the Security tab.
  5. Adjust the user and group permissions as appropriate, and ensure that the SYSTEM group has Full Control.

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Most likely it has somehow been marked as a rogue website by someone who added that website to the restricted websites in your web browser security settings.

You can find out by,

1. First right click on the IE explorer icon on your desktop, and then select "Internet Options" at the bottom of the drop down menu.

2. Then select the "Security" tab.

3. You should see a zone box with "Internet", "Local Intranet", "Trusted Sites", and "Restricted Sites".

4. Select the "Restricted Sites" and then select the "Sites" button right under the zones box and the restricted sites will then be displayed.

5. You should see two boxes, an "Add This Website To The Zone" and "Websites:" (do not add that web site that you are on to the restricted zone unless you want that web site to be restricted).

6. Scroll down through the list of restricted websites in the "Websites" box and see if you can locate Facebook on the restricted sites list, and if you find it then select it and then select the "Remove" button, then select "Apply" and then "OK" and then you should have access to that website again.

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Cannot access a site although have put in browser, to acitvate it, have been having error page 403, gone into browser but still will not allow access to stite requested.


HTTP Error 403 is an error message which means that you are not authorized to view the web page which you are attempting to load. Usually, the HTTP error 403 - Forbidden means that access to the file/folder you are trying to open has been denied, either on intention or owing to a configuration anomaly. You could attempt using a proxy website if the access is blocked intentionally.

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Hi there,
I wanted to know the version of Internet Explorer, Windows Platform. Are you able to access any other webpage like " google,msn,yahoo" and i wanted to know are you able to access any secure sites like " Banking sites, etrade.com " Please reply this questions then i can surely help you with to fix the issue.

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Internet Explorer cannot display web page


a couple things I've seen
- first the address as posted is invalid (can't find) but if you insert a dot (.) between parents and brickshools then it finds it (http://parents.brickshools.org/)

- if the corrected address is correct it looks like the site is redirected to a secure connection (https vs. http) and then the problem is that the site owner's security certificate has several problems as follows:

The security certificate presented by this website was not issued by a trusted certificate authority. The security certificate presented by this website has expired or is not yet valid. The security certificate presented by this website was issued for a different website's address. these issues were presented to me by Internet Explorer v7.0 - the main address functions (http://brickschools.org/) so it definitely seems to be a security certificate issue on their end. I would speak with the site owner. btw, I'm coincidentally in Toms River :)

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