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“The server closed the connection without sending any data”

“The server closed the connection without sending any data”

“The server closed the connection without sending any data”

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I have a user that can log into our web app, but a certain page refuses to load.

It doesn't matter whether they use chrome or IE, both fail.

IE = Page cannot be displayed
Chrome = The server closed the connection without sending any data

I have logged in as this user on my machine and everything works fine in IE, Chrome and FireFox.

So what is wrong with this users machine?

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RE: “The server closed the connection without sending any data”

Look for a blocking proxy or firewall between the browser and server. The FW could be on the client PC.

You could also get him/her FireFox and install "Live HTTP Headers". That will show detail of the full interaction between browser and server. It can be a lot to sift through, but it will usually point you to what's wrong.

https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/liv...

There are other tools that do the same, this is just the one I use.


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