Dec 03 2019 06:58 PM
Dec 03 2019 06:58 PM
I am impressed with the Chromium-Edge Browser and have been using it as my default for a few months. This evening, after coming home from work, I was presented with a new build and then went about my business.
I needed to update a few systems at work and logged on to Logmein which had worked fine yesterday. Now, when I select a computer to remote into, Edge displays an error page asking me to check firewall and proxy settings. It's a complete show stopper.
I tested with the original non-Chromium Edge and Logmein works fine. I also reset the latest Chromium-build but still encountered the same issue.
I am interested in hearing if others are experiencing the same thing?
Jan 06 2020 03:22 PM - edited Jan 06 2020 03:23 PM
I don't think any of us can send you a link to what is not working with LMI. We are able to login to our LMI accounts, but when you click on a computer in your computer list, it immediately gives the message "Hmmm, can't reach this page". This issue does not happen in Chrome or regular Edge. It is a known bug in the Chrome Canary builds too (https://bugs.chromium.org/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=1028602). Also, www.microcenter.com is not working.
Jan 06 2020 03:26 PM - edited Jan 06 2020 03:28 PM
Also, that command you said to run still gives me the Hmmm, can't reach this page if I have the browser open already. If I close all open instances, then the command opens MC's website. After that, if I try to go to the page normally, it gives the error.
Jan 06 2020 03:43 PM - edited Jan 06 2020 03:57 PM
@MattGrant - You're pointing to the bug I filed on the Microcenter.com issue; that problem with Microcenter is well understood. Your repro steps allowed me to discover that this is indeed the same issue on the LogMeIn scenario.
If starting Edge with the command line didn't resolve the issue for Microcenter, it means that there was a hidden Edge instance that was still open; you'll need to use Task Manager to find those Edge instances and kill them first before re-launching with the command line.
Feb 19 2020 04:31 AM