I am having problems trying to browse one particular site, namely www.gomusic.ru
I have 2 computers both running XP Home, IE7 and Zone Alarm firewall (the old one has ZA Pro and the new one ZA Security Suite).
As far as I am aware the settings are the same and they have pretty much the same set of other software installed.
Both machines are on the same network and share a modem router, so the internet feed is the same for both.
Problem is that the new machine cannot reach the music site and IE reports an internet connectivity issue and suggesting that I am not connected to the internet or that there is a DNS problem, the old machine however has no problems and happily displays the site.
I have never knowingly had to alter the settings on the old machine to make it connect to sites and as I said I believe that both machines are set up the same (obviously not or I wouldn't have this problem).
Incidentally I also have a Linux machine running firefox on the network and that can view the site without issue too.
I have discovered that if I turn off the cookie control and ad blocking in privacy I can access the site, but obviously I do not want to do this on a permanent basis.
I have added the site to the privacy list of sites and deselected everything, but this does not allow me to browse the site when the general settings are returned to Medium.
I do not understand why this should be different to the ZA Pro setup which allows me to access the site and has cookies set to high and ad blocking set to med and what's more there is no listing for the site in the privacy list of sites - is there something that I am missing here?
So far this is the only site that I have an issue with, but I am trying to dispense with the old PC and this sort of problem makes that difficult.
Any thoughts on what to check would be gratefully received.
Operating System:Windows XP Home Edition
Product Name:ZoneAlarm Internet Security Suite