How to Fix Ticketmaster Error 401 not allowed?

In this article, we’ll show you the options that you can do to Fix Ticketmaster Error 401 not allowed in straightforward steps.

Most of the time the error appears due to a temporary cached file or cookies that were created by the TicketMaster system. And for those who don’t what is TicketMaster, Ticketmaster Entertainment, Inc. is an American ticket sales and distribution company based in Beverly Hills, California with operations in many countries around the world, although it is obvious that you are here for the solution that means you already know it.

Ticketmaster Error 401 not allowed

How to Fix Ticketmaster Error 401 not allowed

Disable your VPN software

If you are using a VPN or Virtual Private Network for connecting to your work network then you might need to disconnect it for a while and turn off the VPN software (if applicable) and try upgrading again.. VPN software can interfere with the Windows Update process sometimes.

  • Open Windows Settings.
  • Tap on Network & Internet.
  • On the right-hand side, you will see the list of different sections.
  • Tap on the VPN.
  • And disconnect the VPN until the upgrade.

Restart Modem/Router

This is the first and most important step. If your modem or router has some issue then there is no benefit of trying other methods. Follow the below steps to properly reboot the modem or the router.

  • Press and hold the power button, until the light goes off.
  • Unplug the router from the power source.
  • Keep it unplugged for 1-2 minute(s).
  • Plug it back to the power source.
  • Press the Power button to turn it back on.
  • Wait for all the lights to become stable.
  • Reboot your phone then try to connect to the Internet.

Wait until your device is connected then try to navigate to a website using your browser to see if you can now access the Internet.

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If you are facing or observing any unusual behavior of the router then you need to contact your internet service provider as well.

Clean your Browser Cache & Cookies

In Chrome

  • Open Google Chrome and ensure that every other tab is closed (aside from the active one).
  • Next, click on the action button (three-dot icon) in the top-right section of the window.
  • After you manage to get inside the Settings menu, scroll down all the way to the bottom of the screen and click on Advanced to bring up the invisible menu. This will end up revealing the hidden items.
  • Once the hidden menu becomes visible, scroll all the way down and click on the Privacy and Security tab.
  • After you manage to access the Privacy and Security tab, click on Clear browsing data.
  • Next, select the Basic tab and ensure that the boxes associated with Cached images and files and Cookies and other side data are enabled.
  • Now, select the Time range to All time using the drop-down menu, then start the process by clicking on Clear data.
  • Wait until the cookies & cache cleaning process is complete, then attempt to use the TicketMaster platform to see if the issue is resolved.

In Firefox

  • Start by checking every additional Firefox (except for the one that is currently active).
  • Next, click on the action button in the top-right corner of the screen, then click on Options from the newly appeared menu.
  • Once you’re inside the Settings menu, click on Privacy & Security from the left-hand table. Next, scroll down to Cookies and Site Data and click on Clear data to bring up the temp built-in cleaning utility.
  • Inside the Clear data menu, check the boxes associated with Cookies and Site Data and Cached Web Content.
  • Once the cleaning process is ready to go, click on Clear to begin the process of cleaning your web content data.
  • After the process is complete, restart your browser and check to see if the problem is now resolved and you are able to use the TicketMaster platform properly.

In Edge

  • Open Microsoft Edge and click on the hub icon (top-right section of the screen).
  • Next, select the History tab from the newly appeared vertical menu,
  • Then click on the Clear Icon hyperlink.
  • Once you’re inside the Clear Browsing data tab,
  • Check the boxes associated with Cookies and saved website data and Cached data and files while unchecking everything else.
  • When you are ready to start the cleaning process, click on Clear and wait for the process to complete.
  • After the process is complete, attempt to use the TicketMaster platform and see if the issue is resolved.

Disable Proxy server

  • Open up a Run dialog box by pressing Windows key + R.
  • Next, type ”ms-settings:network-proxy.
  • Press Enter to open up the Proxy tab of the Settings app.
  • Once you arrive inside the Proxy tab of the Settings menu, move down to the Manual Proxy Setup section.
  • Next, go to the right-hand section of the screen and uncheck the box associated with Use a proxy server.
  • After you manage to disable the Proxy server, restart your compute.
  • See if the problem is resolved at the next computer startup by attempting to access the TicketMaster platform again.

Wait 24 hours

As it turns out, the TicketMaster platform might trigger the Error 401 Not Allowed in instances where the filtering algorithm things that you are a bot.

If this scenario is applicable and the filtering algorithm has triggered the lock, you have no alternative but to wait for the temporary ban to expire. In this case, the issue will be automatically resolved after 24 hours.

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