1. Try using a different browser to open the document
3. Disable any browser plugins and extensions Check that your firewall is not preventing inbound requests (i.e. Sonicwall Stealth mode may prevent documents loading in Chrome)
4. Check that a web proxy or any web security software is not preventing pages from being loaded 5. 5. Disable SSL scanning and content filtering on your firewall to see if that is the cause. Firewalls that provide deep content inspection may alter the actual content, or problems may occur when the firewall decrypts SSL packets and re-encrypts them.
6. Check that your device has enough processing power and free memory available – see minimum specifications. Close down all other applications to free up as much memory as possible.
Log files: If none of the above options work, then provide the Publisher of the document with log files so they can determine at what point the document fails to load.
Internet Explorer: 1. Press F12 for the developer tools to popup before navigating to the document (or go to Tools and click on developer tools option).
2. Go to network tab and press on the “play” green button to start network traffic capture.
3. Navigate to the document by clicking on it in the Viewer and wait for the error to show up.
4. Copy/paste and provide the network and console tabs outputs.
Chrome: Go to More Tools > Developer Tools > Console and take a screenshot.
Firefox: Go to Developer Tools > Browser Console and take a screenshot.