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Error on edit or view forms: "DNS_PROBE_FINISHED_NXDOMAIN" errorAsked by LongwoodRCL on October 15, 2015 at 05:17 PM
Some authorized users under our account are reporting an error when they attempt to view or edit forms. They receive errors that say "This webpage is not available" as well as DNS errors. They've restarted their computers & tried other browsers. The screenshots are attached. I have not been able to duplicate this error on my computer or under the master account. Can someone look into this error?
reporting dns screenshots attached
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This has been reported to our back end team, you'll get an update about this problem here.
We are sorry for inconveniences. We have fixed form URL issue for subusers. You and your subusers can get correct URLs now.
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Mail I got recently when I got problem again
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Are you facing same issue with Internet explorer ?
The DNS lookup failed error is network issue and not an issue with Gmail.com.
I suggest you to refer to the responses Marked as answer in the following thread which discusses a similar issue.
Windows 7 DNS server not responding
[Edit by Boris: link removed]
Check if this helps in resolving the issue.
Hope this information is helpful. Please reply with the results and if you need further assistance or have any other queries regarding Windows, we are here to help you.
Thank you for your addition, Anusha, however the underlying issue of the support thread you have responded to was caused by something different.
The links in your post leading to outside sources have therefore been sanitized, in order to prevent unnecessary confusion. Thank you.