I'm not really sure. It sounds like they want everyone to eventually have to sign in using their HN credentials, but I'm not sure about actually have their own, Hughesnet "owned" community. I could be wrong. I often am. LOL.
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I still get this error after logging in at SC then using the Community link button there:
Then when I come here directly it shows I'm not logged in. So I click here to log in and it logs me in without entering anything. Problem is I'm still logged in as Barbara. Really getting old. And I('ve cleared browser cache and tried other browsers.
Nope. Amanda says they are continuing to work on it, your case to. At least not getting the Not Found error anymore and the log on from SC is carrying over, just not showing the correct credentials in My Account here.
After I log into my Hughes SC page, I have to log in again after I use the "COMMUNITY" link. I have to use IE for that.
If I try that in Chrome (even with all security disabled) I can't log in to the Community by chasing the Hughes Community link from the Hughes SC page. Most of the time Chrome won't give me a log in page and when it does, GS won't accept my Hughes log in credentials. Even when I start with a fresh Chrome with cleared cache and cookies, I can't log into this community using my Hughes info.
I leave Firefox out of it. I'm not gonna pollute my main browser with this nonsense since it's usually a pain to get back in as GW coming through the GS back door.
One of two pages should appear - the community home page or a message stating you need to verify your e-mail. If you see the community home page and there is no yellow bar saying you need to sign in (may appear briefly before disappearing) then you are logged in.
Are you using your HughesNet email address (the one with the dash in it) to log into the Support Center? If you get a login page after following those exact steps above, please send a screenshot that captures the login screen and address bar to email@example.com