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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 20376] - Internet Explorer 6.0 Duplicate Requests IE PLEASE HELP
Date Wed, 11 Jun 2003 15:52:15 GMT
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Internet Explorer 6.0 Duplicate Requests IE PLEASE HELP





------- Additional Comments From sgabriel@brainfuse.com  2003-06-11 15:52 -------
I think there were an IE problem that was fixed by the Feburary 2003 update, 
the issue seems to be related to this bug 
329802 BUG: Proxy Authentication Through IAuthenticate May Fail on Secure URL 
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;329802


The only thing is I can't see how they are related, the symptoms are the same 
and the fix for the problem described fixes that problem that I had with my IE. 
But the only explanation is that mod_jk acts as a proxy or even IIS acts as a 
proxy. The problem described is an issue only if the application is using 
IAuthenticate interface. Neither the jsp pages or isapi deal with that if I am 
correct. 
 So now the question is why MSIE thinks of mod_jk or IIS as a proxy, and if 
there is any work arounds. 
This is a significant problem with IIS and MSIE 6 SP 1 which was published by 
MS on all XP machines sold in the past year or so. Imagine if you are doing a 
purchase you are paying for your items with a credit card and all of a sudden 
IE shows dns error.
Any work around would be appreciated.

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