This article is for all users of the CDP Portal, Discloser or Requester, and provides tips for troubleshooting access issues. Please attempt the steps below and if you are still having issues, please contact CDP for more support.  
When signing in to your CDP Portal account, you may encounter one of the following access issues. Access issues can be caused by a number of factors such as firewalls, ad blockers, VPNs, proxy whitelists, network protection systems, security filters and so on.  
You may see the following access errors: 
1. Something went wrong. Try again. 
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2. Network request failed. No data available. Try again later.  
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3. Common.nav.header.error. 
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If you encounter one of the errors above, please try the following suggestions to enable your access to our Portal. 
1. Speak to your IT team to check for blockers on the network/whitelist our domains 
Your organization’s IT setup could be preventing the Portal from loading correctly. It may prevent the Portal from accessing related services. Contact your IT team and ask them to investigate further. 
We recommend whitelisting the following domains in your firewall and/or other relevant network protection systems:  


Description of what is held on URL 

 Azure B2C Identity Management 

 The production URL of the Portal 

 The production URL of the backend API 

OneTrust Cookie Consent 



Feature flag implementation  

Ideally they should also add '*' and '*' 

Core URLs for CDP Portals 

Payment provider 

2. Conduct a hard refresh of your browser
You can find instructions online about how to do this, for Chrome, Firefox, Edge, and other browsers, on Mac or PC. Normally, you’ll need to hold down Ctrl and click the Reload button. Or, hold down Ctrl and press F5. This will force your browser to load the site from the server, rather than the cache. 
3. Ensure ad blockers are turned off in your browser and elsewhere in your operating system 
You can find instructions online about how to do this for various browsers such as Chrome, Firefox, Edge, and others, on Mac or PC. 
4. Disable or turn off your work VPN on your computer 
If you have enabled a VPN on your computer, disable or turn it off temporarily on your computer and attempt to sign in to your account again. 
If the following troubleshooting suggestions have not worked, please contact CDP for further support. Please select the category Accounts and Access and sub-category Report a platform issue.
5. Allow popups for our site

Follow the below steps to Enable or Disable pop-ups in Microsoft Edge®: 


  1. Click the Settings and More ••• button on the upper-right side of the browser. 
  2. Click Settings. 
  3. Click Cookies and Site Permissions. 
  4. Select Pop-ups and redirects and switch to toggle it between Off and On. 




Select Settings. Click Privacy & Security located on the left side. Select Block pop-up windows below the Permissions section. To allow pop-ups for all sites, clear the check box for Block pop-up windows. 




To enable/disable pop-ups: 


  1. Open Chrome. 
  2. At the top right, click More. Settings. 
  3. Under "Privacy and security," click Site settings. 
  4. Click Pop-ups and redirects. 
  5. To Enable Pop-ups - Select Sites can send pop-ups and use redirects. 
  6. To Disable Pop-ups - Select Don't allow sites to send pop-ups or use redirects. 
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