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Old 03-04-2008, 06:02 PM   #1
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While trying to log on to my iVillage.com account in Internet Explorer 6 I received the following message:
"The Security Certificate for this site has been revoked. This site should not be trusted."

If anyone knows how to repair this problem I'd be very appreciative. I can access the site just fine from FireFox but unfortunately the site has some features that are only accessible from Internet Explorer.

Thanks so much,
Lucy

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Hello and welcome to TSF

Does this help

http://windowshelp.microsoft.com/Win...888031033.mspx

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Unfortunately it doesn't, but thanks for answering! What I'm getting is not an error. It states that the certificate is revoked and does not give me any option to proceed.

Anyone else have an idea? I'm open to suggestions!
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Eureka! I found the answer! I just kept snooping around until I found it. Here is what I did:
Logged into IE
Clicked on Tools
Clicked on Internet Options
Clicked Advanced
Scrolled down to "Check for publisher's certificate revocation." and unchecked this.
Clicked Apply
Clicked OK
Closed and reopened the browser and it worked.
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Thanks for posting the solution, This one was a new error to me, But I will save you instructions to fix the problem.
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Please try to follow these troubleshooting steps to get rid off this issue :--
1. Enable the security settings in Internet Explorer by the following ways :-
a) Open Internet Explorer.
b) Click Tools > Internet Options.
c) Click the Advanced tab.
d) Under Security, check "Check for server certificate revocation".
e) Click Apply > OK.
f) Exit all programs, and then restart your computer
2. Try to check to see if you can access the website in the following ways :-
Open the browser and try to connect to website.
a) If you are able to use the browser without certificate revocation error, you are finished with this document.
b) If you are getting certificate revocation error in the browser, go to STEP 4.

3. Download and run Intelligent Updater.
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Please start your own thread.

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