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Mon Jun 07, 2010 7:25 am

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Hi,

I have an imac connect to a windows domain. I appear to be bound to the domain with no issues, have access to the exchange server etc. The issue I have is related access to our local intranet, in that I cannot access all the sites. The sites always seem to stop with Conversion from type 'DBNull' to type 'String' is not valid. errors from the web server or Safari can’t open the page “http://10.128.16.199/governance/DIF1_coverpage/dif1_coverpage.htm” because the server unexpectedly dropped errors

The DBNull errors appear to come from sites that start with 192.160. IP addresses and the dropped connection errors from sites which start with 10. Ip addresses.

I had a copy of windows in a parallels virtual machine which appeared to work ok, now this has started generating the same errors. I'm guessing its something to do with my network connection but dont know where to start.

Any ideas?

Best Wishes
Craig



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