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Is it possible to reach the webpage using 'MSXML2.XMLHTTP60', without getting a 404 status

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    Re: Is it possible to reach the webpage using 'MSXML2.XMLHTTP60', without getting a 404 st

    Hi and welcome
    although we value privacy as much as anyone else, it could be important that members have a rough idea of your location. You might in the future post questions which are bound to your regional settings.
    So, please update your profile to something more precise then "????" ( country will suffice, no need to be more precise).
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