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What does: "A license has expired on the Proxy, and your request is not permitted: "The SGOS license has expired" " mean?

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I have an intermittent problem with trying to access www.google.co.uk and www.google.com, I just can't seem to access the sites and get the message:

A license has expired on the Proxy, and your request is not permitted: "The SGOS license has expired" == I have tried restarting both my laptop and my ADSL router-modem, but to no avail. Yesterday, I had no problem accessing either site, this just seems to have started this morning.

I do not seem to have this problem with any other web sites, including popular ones such as Facebook, Twitter, Yahoo! or BBC News.

URL of affected sites

http://www.google.co.uk and http://www.google.com

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The odd thing is, I've been able access google.co.uk fine all day, it just seems to be the .com that is a problem.

I've had no other problems accessing other sites at all.

Hopefully they'll get it sorted soon

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It's a talktalk problem.

You can still access Google though, go to another search engne like Yahoo and search for freeproxyservers.

Use one the free servers shown.

WARNING! Be carefull of servers offfering free software and popups and don't enter any personal info while using a proxy.

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Igoogle is now working intermittently for me. Perhaps they've resolved it?

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Yey!! My Google's just come back on too.

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It is 21:54 and all is well...Google etc. now accessible on all of our 'puters

So what was that all about?

Many thanks to Emily and others on this thread for sharing concerns!

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I have same problem, TIscali are a waste of time now worse being Talk Talk, or Not Talk. I am already looking for new Provider suggest you all do the same

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