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I'm trying to access a URL from my PC. Using Chrome and Firefox it works. Using IE8 and Safari it fails. In IE I get the standard message "Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage".

Both Chrome and IE both use the Internet Options from Windows.

What could be causing this problem? What can I do to try and diagnose and solve the problem?

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what protocol? is it other than http? – Nate Koppenhaver Dec 1 '11 at 4:40
    
The protocol is https – Anthony Dec 1 '11 at 4:43
    
Might IE be configured to use a proxy that Chrome isn't? – Iszi Dec 1 '11 at 6:17
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Without knowing the website or seeing any diagnostic data, there are a lot of factors. – surfasb Dec 1 '11 at 6:19
    
@Iszi The proxy configuration in Chrome goes to the Windows Internet Option dialog which is the same one used in IE. – Anthony Dec 1 '11 at 6:56

Google Chrome caches web pages in order to speed up load times.

Visiting "chrome://cache/" will display a list of cached webpages.

I assume Firefox also uses caching.

Reference:

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Its related to Trusted sites setting. Go to Internet Options>Security>Sites and add your website link to the trusted list.

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