Opening secure web applications

May 14, 2011 at 08:28:31
Specs: Macintosh
I have cable internet access in two residences. I use the connection to access online learning tools: web-based programs like Blackboard (elearning software for online and hybrid grad courses) and Pearson Powerschool (gradebook software). The provider for both residences is the same company. The modem is the same. The operating systems are the same (xp Home edition). I can successfully login to the sites that hold the Blackboard and Powerschool software. BUT... when I try to actually open the programs they won't. Only at ONE of the two residences! So in one house, everything opens, functions, works exactly as it should. In the other house, you can get to the internet, get logged into your account, but when you actually try to get into the program, it fails.

Any Ideas.....???

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May 14, 2011 at 14:50:03
Contact the company. It may use some key on the computer. In normal terms it could be ports being blocked or some firewall issue or app blocking or lacking some helper app like java or such.

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