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  1. #1
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    Login issue

    Got a new pc at work. Win7 64 bit fully updated. Tried to login to FWW and got this message:
    Your submission could not be processed because you have logged in since the previous page was loaded. Please reload the window.


    I tried reloading but got the same message.

    Any ideas??
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    Mohammad I am running Win 7 64 with no problem, I run Chrome for my browser. Have tried IE
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    Hmm...that's a new one to me. Maybe Darren or Brent will have some ideas.

    (Also running Win7 64 bit here.)
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    Win 7 64, Chrome here. No issues.

    Doesn't seem like it would be a OS.

    What Browser?

    Can you try a different browser?

    Maybe a proxy server or vpn issue?
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    new filters at work?
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    Are you going to http://familywoodworking.org (not .com)?
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    Problem resolved by itself. Not sure what caused it before.

    I was using IE. No proxy/vpn and no new filters. Firewall was corporate and I would know as I set it up. I could login fine on my windows XP machine the same time error appeared on win7.
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    Sounds like a Bad User on Device issue to me.

    Glad to see the problem went away.
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