The MyTASC application is designed to remove the internet browsers tool bars; users must “allow” the www.tasconline.com website to open. If the user has turned off the default pop-up blocker and the page continues to be blocked, check to make sure no additional web toolbars such as Yahoo or Google search toolbars have been added, as these toolbars may have installed additional pop-up blockers. For instructions on how to add MyTASC as an allowed site, the user is encouraged to review the help files for their specific browser.
To provide you with a high level of security, TASC recommends that you use the latest version browser. These browsers support the latest encryption technology. (Encryption scrambles your data into a form that only your browser and TASC’s Web server can understand.)
The most common problems with accessing our website generally result from the version or settings of your browser. The TASC website will function properly when one of the following four browser versions is employed:
You can usually check the version of the browser you are using by clicking on the item "About…" under the "Help" icon.
In addition, the TASC (Total Administrative Services Corporation) site requires your web browser to meet certain requirements. For our site to work properly, you must have the following enabled:
Browsers not listed above may work properly if they are SSL-compliant and can accept cookies. However, TASC cannot guarantee that the browser will reflect the intended functionality and appearance.
MyTASC is designed to be displayed on a screen that is sized to 1028 x 768 resolution. If your screen resolution is set lower, please refer to your operating system help files for how to change your screen resolution.
MyTASC is a robust transactional software application and requires a Broadband (DSL, Cable modem, T1, T3) internet connection. While MyTASC may function with a modem connection, there is no guarantee that the application will reflect the intended functionality and appearance.
Often the task of clearing “Cookies” and “Temporary Files” can resolve many issues with login. Typically this feature is available under “Options;” check your internet browser’s help section for more details.
To view the PDF versions of some of the documents on our site, you'll need Adobe® Reader.