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Security Settings: Internet Explorer

What we are going to do is tell your Internet Explorer browser to trust a certain web site. Before we get started, please have handy the "address" of the web site you want Internet Explorer to trust. That "address" is commonly called a "URL".

(1) In your Internet Explorer click the FILE menu. If there is no FILE menu, you have version 7 of Internet Explorer and you can go to step 2 below.

(2) Click TOOLS --> INTERNET OPTIONS --> SECURITY tab.

(3) Click TRUSTED SITES --> Click button marked "Sites".

(4) There are two boxes on this screen. Use the top box to add sites to your Internet Explorer's "Trusted Sites". Remember that URL we talked about earlier? Now type it into the top box here. Be sure you include the "http://".

(5) Click ADD.

(6) Click CLOSE.

(7) You should be back on the SECURITY tab now.

(8) Change to the PRIVACY tab.

(9) This is where you manage cookies. Rarely are cookies harmful. The setting I use and I recommend you use is: "Low". See the bar on the left that you can drag up and down? Drag it down until the indicator in bold says, "Low."

(10) Click OK.

If these changes do not help, here are some other suggestions:

- Have you recently installed a new Virus Checking software? Look into the settings for that software that may limit your web page browsing.

- Have you recently installed new Firewall software? Look into the settings for that software that may limit your web page browsing.

- Have you recently installed any new Anti-Spyware software? Look into the settings for that software that may limit your web page browsing.

- If you want to sign in as a different user, you can go to the site you want to sign out of and after the URL at the top put "/forget_me.asp" and hit ENTER. The site will sign you out and forget who you are so you can sign in with a different user name.

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