I am using Dropbox to share information between Desktop and Laptop.
When I try to sign on in Windows 10 on Laptop after entering user ID and password and
press Sign-in, the script on the screen is greyed out and the system becomes unresponsive.
Yet on the Linux desktop I can sign in (it does not work every time) with the same User ID and password.
I am now writing on the Linux PC signed in otherwise I could not ask a question.
I have been using Dropbox for quite a while in the same way between the two PCs with no problem.
This tissue is very recent.
I would appreciate help.
Solved! Go to Solution.
I recommend that you clear your browser cookies and cache.
If you are using the DropBox App, Uninstall the app and then reinstall it. I hope this helps!
The solution worked only once.
Now I am back with the old problem: I can sign in on my Linux Desktop where I am writing now,
but I cannot sign-in on the Windows 10 Laptop. Trying the solution of clearing and reinstalling Dropbox
does not work anymore.
The symptoms are the same: the script on the sign in screen is grayed out and the program does not respond
I found the reason for the sign in problem: it had to do with the
permissions for script execution. After I allowed all Dropbox sites
trusted access I can now sign in on Windows.
Sorry to have bothered you with the additional request
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