Norton Internet Security 2006 - Norton AntiSpam page cannot be viewed

Discussion in 'Internet Explorer' started by Hiew Khee Chun, Feb 10, 2006.

  1. Recently I installed Norton Internet Security 2006 and found that on the
    Norton main window, the AntiSpam page cannot be viewed properly. I
    uninstalled NIS2006 and reinstalled it, the problem still persist. So I
    uninstalled IE7B2, and finally the page can be viewed correctly. I think
    this must be the problem with IE7B2
     
    Hiew Khee Chun, Feb 10, 2006
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    Uptime73 Guest

     
    Uptime73, Feb 10, 2006
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    Uptime73 Guest

    I got the same problem on my computer. My brother also got the same problem
     
    Uptime73, Feb 10, 2006
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    Shoemake Guest

    Same problem here - uninstalling IE7B2 eliminated the problem.
     
    Shoemake, Feb 10, 2006
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    bobh34371 Guest

    I had the same problem as well - just upgraded to NIS 2006 since my years
    subscription to Live Update on NIS 2005 was about to expire and I usually
    purchase the new version to take advantage of new features and updates (and
    the rebate!). Once I uninstalled Internet Explorer 7 the AntiSpam in NIS 2006
    works OK now. Don't get me wrong - IE7 beta 2 has really nice features like
    the tabs and multiple home pages but for now I want my programs to work
    properly so I went back to IE 6 until the problem is resolved in a later
    release of IE7. Thanks!
     
    bobh34371, Feb 15, 2006
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    J.S. Jackson Guest

    Same problem here. IE7 Beta 2, Norton Internet Security 2006. NIS interface
    not displaying properly.
     
    J.S. Jackson, Feb 16, 2006
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    Nathair Guest

    I am having the same problem on both my PC & my laptop. After uninstalling
    IE7, the problem was rectified. Shame because I really loved all else that
    IE7 was doing. Hope this problem will be solved soon so I can try it again.
     
    Nathair, Feb 23, 2006
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    catsndogs Guest

    I'm glad you started this post, since I've been struggling with the same
    problem. I receive script errors when attempting to change any settings in
    NIS2006 and Anti-spam in NIS2005. I removed IE-7 and now everything works as
    it should.
     
    catsndogs, Feb 24, 2006
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    GMITS, LLC Guest

    I also experienced the same issue with NIS 2006 nd the Anti-Spam GUI
    displaying multiple "Internet Explorer Scripting Errors" with IE 7 only.
    Hopefully the IE Team will rectify this issue a.s.a.p. so that those of us
    that use Symantec security applications can continue 'Beta Testing' IE 7 in
    the field. Until then, looks like it'a back to Firefox.
     
    GMITS, LLC, Feb 24, 2006
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    Gil Morris Guest

    Just chekcing back in to see if there were any updates/workarounds/hacks by
    Microsoft to either "repair" or "address" this issue with NIS 2006.
     
    Gil Morris, Mar 3, 2006
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    Gil Morris Guest

    I also experienced the same issue with NIS 2006 nd the Anti-Spam GUI
    displaying multiple "Internet Explorer Scripting Errors" with IE 7 only.
    Hopefully the IE Team will rectify this issue a.s.a.p. so that those of us
    that use Symantec security applications can continue 'Beta Testing' IE 7 in
    the field. Until then, looks like it's back to IE6 and using Firefox.
     
    Gil Morris, Mar 3, 2006
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    Joe Tobey Guest

    I actually worked through the issue with Norton, and IE7 and NIS2006are not
    working together. As soon as IE7 eas removed NISworked just fine. Wish
    Norton shared this info sooner...seems like a lot of people have had this
    issue.
     
    Joe Tobey, Mar 12, 2006
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    Drenth Guest

    I have the same problem with script errors. Symantec told me that hey don't
    support any beta's like IE7. Uninstalling IE7 solved my ploblem.
     
    Drenth, Apr 12, 2006
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    CCrusher Guest

    Uninstalling Norton would have been the better choice.
     
    CCrusher, Apr 12, 2006
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    Drenth Guest

    Why should I? NIS works perfectly with IE6. And a beta is not faultless.
    That's why it is a beta and MS or Symantec can improve their product.
    Nevertheless, it is a pity that the spam/advertisement function doesnt work
    properly in IE7.
     
    Drenth, Apr 12, 2006
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    Frank M Guest

    I concur with Drenth. This problem has been around since the beta was
    released and is still in the new IE7 Beta2 released 25 April 2006. Hope this
    problem is resolved soon. I run NIS 2006 and will continue to use it even if
    I have to keep using IE6 sp2.

    Frank TM
     
    Frank M, Apr 27, 2006
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