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    • CommentAuthortmiller12
    • CommentTimeDec 2nd 2009
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    I am having a problem loading a page from shutterfly.com. (The specific URL is http://stpiuslombard.shutterfly.com. I get a message that reads "JavaScript for this page failed to load". It only happens on our server, not on any of our 60 other computers, which is why I think it is related to OpenDNS. Any suggestions? We need to access it to update pictures.
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    "It only happens on our server, not on any of our 60 other computers, which is why I think it is related to OpenDNS."

    I'm not following the logic there.

    ""JavaScript for this page failed to load"."

    Not a DNS problem unless the script is hosted at a different domain which you have blocked or is inaccessible. Since your clients have no problem, I'd be looking elsewhere.

    I'll bet you have scripts blocked from staticsfly.com blocked. I get the same result if I block it with NoScript. If you had that domain blocked in your OpenDNS settings, it wouldn't work on the clients either. *Unless your clients are not using OpenDNS.*
    • CommentAuthorrotblitz
    • CommentTimeDec 2nd 2009
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    • CommentAuthordiacon
    • CommentTimeDec 2nd 2009
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    Windows' Server IE usually runs in a protected mode. Try down grading the browser's security or use Firefox instead.
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    use 1 of the other computers? usually I try to not visit Websites from a server, except for getting computer updates..
    • CommentAuthordiacon
    • CommentTimeDec 2nd 2009
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    Infinity306's recommendation is the better solution all around.
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    A very good point, indeed.

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