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you continually have problems logging into our site after you have enabled
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computer that is blocking access to our site. We have noticed that Zone
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can cause this problem. Make sure these programs are setup to allow
access to our site. You might try temporarily deactivating your security
program to test accessing the site. A firewall or proxy server you connect
through may also be the cause (though this is rarely the case).
you cannot view popups in IE 7, try toggling the pop-up blocker. Click
cookies in Internet Explorer 6 and 7 (Windows)
the default Privacy settings are at a
level, Internet Explorer uses automatic cookie handling, which is the
simplest way to enable cookies.
open the Internet Options dialog box.
you do not want to customize your settings, make sure the Privacy
settings are set to medium and skip the remaining steps. If the
privacy settings for the Internet zone are
can click the button to
return to the original settings, which includes automatic cookie
you want to customize privacy settings, you can click the
button to open the Advanced Privacy Settings dialog box.
disable automatic cookie handling, select the option to .
you want to use custom settings, follow these requirements:
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You may block .
You must allow .
cookies in Internet Explorer 5 (Windows)
Internet Options from the Tools menu. The Internet Options dialog
the Security tab.
the Custom area of the Security tab, and click the Custom Level
button. The Security Settings dialog opens.
down to the Cookies section of the Settings window. To access the
Campus Pipeline system, your browser must support non-persistent
cookies. To enable this support, select the Enable radio button
under Allow per-session cookies (not stored).
(Some of the third-party content and service providers that you
can connect to through the Campus Pipeline interface may require
your browser to support persistent cookies. To enable support for
persistent cookies, select the Enable radio button under Allow cookies
that are stored on your computer.)
down to the Scripting section of the Settings window. To access
and Java. You must select the Enable radio button under Active Scripting.
OK to close the Security Settings dialog.
OK to close the Internet Options dialog.
cookies in Internet Explorer 5.1 (Macintosh)
the Preferences dialog box.
sure the Cookies Settings are set to Accept Cookies (never ask).
cookies in Netscape Navigator (Windows and Macintosh)
the Preferences dialog box.
, click .
, at a minimum, you must
select the option:
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