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Webaccess jumps to gw/webacc?User.lang=&User.id=

Not that I care much (as it is only on 1 PC with IE 6)
But it was working fine with GW WA 7.0.3, after upgrade to 8.0.0 HP1
webaccess jumps to
https://domain/gw/webacc?User.lang=&User.id=
and displays blank page. I can see a flash of the initial login dialog, but
is simply gon in ablink

Works fine on other PC with IE 6 that I quickly checked
And it works just fine in Firefox

Any idea what could be casuing it? (in case more users will have same
problem_

Thanks

Seb


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Re: Webaccess jumps to gw/webacc?User.lang=&User.id=

As per messages in this thread:

http://forums.novell.com/novell-product-support-forums/groupwise/groupwise-7x/gw7-webaccess/358914-7-0-3-hp2-security-fix-webaccess-2.html

if history, temp files AND COOKIES are cleared it works fine

Seb

"Sebastian Cerazy" <sebastian.cerazy@(nospam)spgs.org> wrote in message
news:mpCll.9673$5N1.3311@kovat.provo.novell.com...
> Not that I care much (as it is only on 1 PC with IE 6)
> But it was working fine with GW WA 7.0.3, after upgrade to 8.0.0 HP1
> webaccess jumps to
> https://domain/gw/webacc?User.lang=&User.id=
> and displays blank page. I can see a flash of the initial login dialog,
> but is simply gon in ablink
>
> Works fine on other PC with IE 6 that I quickly checked
> And it works just fine in Firefox
>
> Any idea what could be casuing it? (in case more users will have same
> problem_
>
> Thanks
>
> Seb
>
>



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Antw: Webaccess jumps to gw/webacc?User.lang=&User.id=

Sebastian,

include the language identifier like: "de" for German

https://domain/gw/webacc?User.lang=de&User.id=


Do it work now?

Walter


>>> Sebastian Cerazy<sebastian.cerazy@ nospam spgs.org> schrieb am Samstag,

14.
Februar 2009 um 17:35 in Nachricht
<mpCll.9673$5N1.3311@kovat.provo.novell.com>:
> Not that I care much (as it is only on 1 PC with IE 6)
> But it was working fine with GW WA 7.0.3, after upgrade to 8.0.0 HP1
> webaccess jumps to
> https://domain/gw/webacc?User.lang=&User.id=
> and displays blank page. I can see a flash of the initial login dialog,
> but
> is simply gon in ablink
>
> Works fine on other PC with IE 6 that I quickly checked
> And it works just fine in Firefox
>
> Any idea what could be casuing it? (in case more users will have same
> problem_
>
> Thanks
>
> Seb

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Re: Webaccess jumps to gw/webacc?User.lang=&User.id=

Seems to also do the trick

Seb

"Walter Hofstädtler" <walter@nospam.hofstaedtler.com> wrote in message
news:499FDC27.A7EA.00F7.0@nospam.hofstaedtler.com...
> Sebastian,
>
> include the language identifier like: "de" for German
>
> https://domain/gw/webacc?User.lang=de&User.id=
>
>
> Do it work now?
>
> Walter
>
>
>>>> Sebastian Cerazy<sebastian.cerazy@ nospam spgs.org> schrieb am Samstag,

> 14.
> Februar 2009 um 17:35 in Nachricht
> <mpCll.9673$5N1.3311@kovat.provo.novell.com>:
>> Not that I care much (as it is only on 1 PC with IE 6)
>> But it was working fine with GW WA 7.0.3, after upgrade to 8.0.0 HP1
>> webaccess jumps to
>> https://domain/gw/webacc?User.lang=&User.id=
>> and displays blank page. I can see a flash of the initial login dialog,
>> but
>> is simply gon in ablink
>>
>> Works fine on other PC with IE 6 that I quickly checked
>> And it works just fine in Firefox
>>
>> Any idea what could be casuing it? (in case more users will have same
>> problem_
>>
>> Thanks
>>
>> Seb



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