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Example - When available, we show typical default error screens from the most popular web servers - Windows IIS (Internet Information Services) web server and Apache. Other web servers have similar messages. Web designers have the option to replace the default message and style, so what you see could be quite different. Some messages are exclusive to a specific web server, so only one example may appear.
Occurrences - We rank various internet error messages as to how often they occur. It's a general guideline which compares with other internet issues. Your personal experience could be quite different.
Solutions and Fixes - Here we explain how you can correct the issue. Most solutions include the Solution Analyzer to show how we rate each solution. Often it is nothing you are doing wrong and the issue has to be corrected by the web site designers and/or web server maintenance people.
Official Explanation - This is the original text of the issue. It's usually written for developers and often makes little sense to most users.
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Notes - Here we explain which Web servers might show this message. Not all that useful, but some messages are only possible from specific Web servers. Other general notes are included here too.