can't access some websites

  1. Posts : 9
    windows 10 enterprise

    can't access some websites

    I have this weird problem that causes chrome and firefox to download some pages (like: or - please notice this happens only on some websites and not all)
    instead of simply viewing them. the file that get downloaded isn't even a html file, but an unknown format.

    In Internet explorer the pages will show a weird until i flush the dns cache and then internet explore will start displaying it until the next time (chrome and firefox still wont show the pages)

    using developers tools I managed to find that the error I get is 407.

    my computer is windows 10 (enterprise) and is part of a domain that uses a proxy server. only my computer is suffering from this problem (I checked my user on a colleague computer, and had my colleague test my computer), which is part of the reason I am convinced that this is a windows problem and not a browser problem. It is a clean installed computer so I don't believe it is a corruption, virus or the sort.

    I can't determine what the problem is, can anybody help?
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  2. Posts : 151
    Windows 10

    Do you use other download manager that installs add-on\extension into the browsers besides of the default download manager? If yes, try to disable the add-on\extension for a test.
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  3. Posts : 9
    windows 10 enterprise
    Thread Starter

    I don't have any download managers.
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  4. Posts : 9
    windows 10 enterprise
    Thread Starter

    flushing the dns cache doesn't help any more with internet explorer anymore.
    it seems that this problem randomly regresses back into not working at all

    also- I can only capture the 407 error with ie and firefox not with chrome. chrome will simply download that weird file and not capture any network traffic.

    I also discovered that I get a 301 error.
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