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Browser does not log in annymore


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I use a managed laptop from my work to manage and program my hc2. Some time I can't log in on my hc2. I get the login screen an can fill in my credentials. But pressing enter or clicking on login does not give any reaction. I tried with Microsoft edge and with Google chrome.

 

On my very old en very slow Mac Mini I tried to login with Safari and with Google chrome and both work! 

 

I think my company has set some security settings in my browsers on mij laptop. What browser settings are necessary to use the hc2 interface?

My be I can set de settings my self or i can ask my company's it to set it for me.

 

Thanks in advance for any tips!

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I wish I could answer that, but I cannot, there are so many levels they might have changed or locked or filtered.... Windows firewall? Restrict URL? Disable some javascript? If I were the IT person in charge I would set up a remote session (eg Teamviewer)  with you and debug the problem "live" because he/she knows the restrictions that have been applied.

 

I do think there might be a workaround, using only aa few more clicks. Connect to:

 

Please login or register to see this link.

 

And follow the prompts. This works both on your local area network and on "the internet"

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