I am having an unusual problem in that I am able to access most of the web with no problems, but have discovered two cases where I am having connection problems. If I try to open up Google Earth, I get a message; “Google Earth could not contact the authentication server to activate your session.” Going to the Google Earth "Fix my problem" screen leads to a test of the access to the servers, but only tests two of the three of them successfully. The third (http://kh.google.com/) does not even appear to be attempting to test.
The other problem is connecting to my company’s scheduling program. I am able to get on the company web site, and access the link to the scheduling program which uses Java scripting, and Java opens then even opens up the Oracle Applications Server, Forms Server and a few steps beyond, but then get the following error message:
FRM-92101: There was a failure in the Forms Server during startup. This could happen due to invalid configuration.
Please look into the web-server log file for details.
Oracle.forms.net.ConnectionException: Forms session <1,056> aborted: unable to communicate with runtime process.
at oracle.forms.net.ConnectionException.createConnectionException(Unknown Source)
at oracle.forms.net.HTTPNStream.getResponse(Unknown Source)
at oracle.forms.net.HTTPNStream.doFlush(Unknown Source)
at oracle.forms.net.HTTPNStream.flush(Unknown Source)
at java.io.DataOutputStream.flush(Unknown Source)
at oracle.forms.net.StreamMessageWriter.run(Unknown Source)
This error message happens each time exactly the same except for the session number.
I have Trend Micro Internet Security for Dell version 16.60.3021 installed and have checked all the settings but cannot find anything that may be blocking these items. I have even tried to access them with my Trend Micro program disabled, but get the same results.
I have checked my IE 8.0 security settings and see nothing there, checked all my adapter settings and even disabled IPv6 as I saw on some forums with no success. I have uninstalled and reinstalled my network adapter. I do note that I have a problem device in the Microsoft 6to 4 adapter, but the driver is up to date for it. This seems to be common according to the forums I have visited in an attempt to find a solution.
The problem with my company's site is obviously due to something in my computer, as I can access it fine from another computer.
I have a Dell 1525 laptop running Windows Vista Home Premium with SP2 that is kept upadated. As I stated, I am not using the Windows Firewall or Defender, but am using Trend Micro Internet Security for Dell. I have been messing with this problem for days, and it remains. Any help??