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Firefox time outs accessing GW WA 18.1

Periodically we have users who complain of time outs when trying to use FF to access the GW WA login page. When they try IE it works and connects fine.

Any ideas?
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Re: Firefox time outs accessing GW WA 18.1

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Re: Firefox time outs accessing GW WA 18.1

In article <bertschj.8sfmo0@no-mx.forums.microfocus.com>, Bertschj wrote:
> Periodically we have users who complain of time outs when trying to use
> FF to access the GW WA login page. When they try IE it works and
> connects fine.


Sorry for the delay, Xmas time sure is a warping of things.
For those users who hit this, it would be useful for them to clear their
FF cache. I've found that all browsers hit a point where they've just
cached too much and slow down some trying to manage it. So naturally when
you try the browser you don't normally use, you don't get the issue.
I use CCleaner as part of keeping my system running well, though I don't
use the defaults as they wipe out things many people like to have such as
remembering form contents and where you've been (browser history).


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