Cookies are not passed to the next request for a domain. For authenticating one product it needs to set some cookies. But the cookies are not getting set up. We collected…
Cookies are not passed to the next request for a domain.
For authenticating one product it needs to set some cookies. But the cookies are not getting set up. We collected the trace using fiddler. We can see that cookies are available in the response but some how next request is not carrying those cookies.
- No proxies for firefox. - We even added the fqdn in trusted site list. - Cookies are enabled.
Information attached: 1) Fiddler trace file. 2) Screenshots
Appreciate any help for narrowing down the issue.
I own a few web applications. When a user says they're seeing a "Secure Connection Failed" message, the error message is worded in a nice way that a non-technical audienc…
I own a few web applications. When a user says they're seeing a "Secure Connection Failed" message, the error message is worded in a nice way that a non-technical audience can easily understand and get a feel of what may be going on.
But, for me to fix the problem, I need more details, regarding what exactly, on a technical level, is Firefox trying to convey?
Is there a configuration setting or something that I can enable to make it print out the "technical garbage" that can de-humanize the message?
For example, instead of saying "The page cannot be shown because the authenticity of the received data could not be verified.", could it say something straight, specific and un-ambiguous, maybe "CN mismatch. Tried connecting to abc.foo.com. Was presented a certificate issued to xyz.bar.com. Won't connect."
Tree Style Tabs enabled in add ons not showing up on browser (Help me pls- Essential for my visual needs)
Earlier this week after upgrading I had an issue in which pages weren’t rendering. It turned out to be a simple settings change in options which was easily resolved here …
Earlier this week after upgrading I had an issue in which pages weren’t rendering. It turned out to be a simple settings change in options which was easily resolved here by cor-el. I’m hoping this will be as easy.
Running Win 7 Pro SP1. Upgraded to FF 38.01 ESR from a much older version. I only felt comfortable doing so because the most essential extensions for my visual needs were available, one of which is Tree Style Tabs. This is huge issue for me.
Once things were rendering correctly I was doing some work and the tree style tabs were working great as usual. Missing some of the features and visuals of my no longer compatible old themes I started to customize the toolbar with the Undo Closed Tab button (which is now disabled), the Restartless Restart button and a few others. I also looked for a few new themes and disabled a few old extensions after a few restarts things were still fine with the Tree Style Tabs.
After last restart suddenly Tree tabs was gone! It remains listed and enabled in add ons but it is not showing up on browser.
I’ve tried disabling it, restarting, removing/ reinstalling different versions, rebooting I’ve disabled and/or removed all add ons, restarted everything etc.. Then disabled everything and only enabled Tree Style Tabs and still doesn’t work.
I returned to the default theme, tried other themes but nothing has brought it back.
PLEASE help me get them back! Visual issues make it difficult for me to see the tabs w/o this add on. And I have tried other tab options, believe me.
I am not tech savvy but I will try. I can't risk losing my info with a reset of FF. Is there another way?
Any help as soon as possible would be very gratefully appreciated. Thanks in advance,