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This is a discussion on Cannot access site... within the Chrome Troubleshooting section, part of the Google Chrome category: ... which is using some kind of certificate: https://dukath-www.rz.uni-karlsruhe.de/ it works in Firefox/IE.... Any suggestions are welcomed! Thanks...


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    ... which is using some kind of certificate:
    https://dukath-www.rz.uni-karlsruhe.de/
    it works in Firefox/IE....
    Any suggestions are welcomed!
    Thanks

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    Works OK for me ;-)

    Hallo und herzlich willkommen bei DUKATH, dem Funknetzwerk der Universit├Ąt Karlsruhe (TH).

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    Same for me.. It works fine..


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    No problems here...

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    you should try installing Cisco VPN Client, as the website suggests.
    or maybe you would share the explanation of "Cannot access" in your case.

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    It gives me the about:crash page. In Firefox/IE as previously mentioned works problem free. I'll try reinstalling the certificate...
    ps: i'm using latest chromium dev release

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    Nope, nothing changed

    Also a yellow /!\ appears at the right end of the omni bar. When i click on it: the first (i guess it's identity in english) is a green tick, the other two are yellow( orange ) /!\s.
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    Works for me too.

    Google Chrome 3.0.193.0 (Official Build 20299)
    WebKit 531.3
    V8 1.2.13.2

    If you have any user scripts or extensions installed you might want to remove them, or use the "--user-data-dir=" command-line switch to temporarily point to a new folder for a clean setup.

    I have seen several user scripts and extensions mess me up on various sites, and it is something that changes with each release of Chrome. It can come in handy to setup an alternate Chrome ICON that launches using a different user data folder. Then you can always test with/without whatever your default setup has installed.

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    Hold on Guys ...

    Just noticed mg2 has used the dreaded bad word - Chromium !!!

    Have we been chasing our tales again ?

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    This would not happen if we had this implemented.

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