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Hi Sabrina,

It's possible that the Domain Name Server (DNS, which translates human friendly addresses like "secondlife.com" into computer friendly addresses like "192.168.0.1") you're using has lost the entry for Second Life. That may fix itself shortly, or the deletion of the address may be intentional (as an employer might do to prevent workers from goofing off). You might work around the problem by using Google's DNS servers. Here's how...

https://developers.google.com/speed/public-dns/docs/using

Good luck!

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Hi Sabrina,

It's possible that the Domain Name Server (DNS, which translates human friendly addresses like "secondlife.com" into computer friendly addresses like "192.168.0.1") you're using has lost the entry for Second Life. That may fix itself shortly, or the deletion of the address may be intentional (as an employer might do to prevent workers from goofing off). You might work around the problem by using Google's DNS servers. Here's how...

https://developers.google.com/speed/public-dns/docs/using

Good luck!

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