Re: [fhctech] Error logging in church websites
- One big difference between the signon page and the rest of the pages at www.familysearch.org is that the signon page uses https (port 443) instead of http (port 80). I'm not sure what could give IE problems with that but I would check the IE security settings and I would also try temporarily disabling any firewalls he may have running.Aloha,John----- Original Message -----From: Shanna JonesSent: Saturday, November 04, 2006 11:35 AMSubject: [fhctech] Error logging in church websites
I wondered if any of you have come across this problem and have an answer
I have a member's laptop and he cannot log into FamilySearch. org or when
going through LDS.org to Ward/Stake Websites, it will not log in.
We can get FamilySearch. org's website to come up, and the Home, Search,
Share and Library tabs all work and will open web pages and do searches.
But, when we click on Sign On or Register, we get an error message:
"Action canceled - Internet Explorer was unable to link to the Web page you
requested. The page might be temporarily unavailable. "
It is not Salt Lake's problem, because I can log on fine on my desktop
computer, right here using the same gateway. It must be some setting on his
I did a scan of his registry using Registry Mechanic, and it did find some
problems, which I repaired. Then I restarted the computer, but it didn't
fix the problem.
I also went into the Internet Settings and changed the cookies to accept
all, and that didn't help either. There is no pop up blocker installed that
I know of.
If you have any ideas of what I could try next to help this man log onto the
IGI, I would appreciate it!
Thank you for your time,
- Because of the time differences, our FHC in Venezuela (Maracay) is almost always open during SLC office hours. Yet our scan history is also empty. We did a manual scan once (compete) and set up a schedule so our computers are the ones that initiate the scan while we are open, and not another automated (or human) arrangement far away (or nearby). Since we are open on Saturdays, we programmed the scan to occur after we close and leave the computers on all night. Next morning, right before Church meetings we walk in and shut the machines down. So far it works.Roberto Galindo
Rebecca Christensen <rchristen@...> wrote:SAV was installed on our two W2000 computers within the first week of the changeover, but when I checked the scan history today so far there had been no scans of the computers since SAV was installed, so I would say that they aren't run on startup when SL scheduled scans are missed. (We are closed during the scheduled time.) That was corrected with manual scans today. Also, one of the computers was not up to date on the Antivirus definitions and I had to manually run the update for that as well.Rebecca Christensen
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