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I can move around the Internet freely, but can't access my Vanguard account on line. This has occurred over the last two days. I get a "can't access server" message. I have used both Firefox and IE. Anyone else experiencing this?
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I haven't had any issues accessing Vanguard's site recently. Actually, I don't think I have ever had issues with Vanguard.
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No. I've been there twice, with Firefox.
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No issues here with FF.
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No problems...clean and green.
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No problem using Chrome. I've been on Vanguard's site 2 or 3 times today.
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No problem with IE8, though it did ask a security question which I was surprised at, as I log in from that computer regularly and didn't clear the history or cookies.
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No problems here. Try clearing out your cookies and restarting everything.
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No issues using either a Chrome browser on my PC or whatever browser comes standard with my Android smart phone, which I presume in Chrome based.
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fredd wrote:I can move around the Internet freely, but can't access my Vanguard account on line. This has occurred over the last two days. I get a "can't access server" message. I have used both Firefox and IE. Anyone else experiencing this?
In case you don't know about it, http://www.downforeveryoneorjustme.com/
is a great site. You can see if you have a personal issue or DNS problem.
(To color my comments: my situation is ER trying to making large portfolio that is 99% taxable last 45 years)
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No problems here, try deleting your cache and then try again. Had a similar problem with Fidelity and this cured it
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