Using IE’s Pre-set Privacy Rules

Alternatively, if you do not wish to
receive warning dialogs when a site attempts to set a cookie, you can use Internet
Explorer’s pre-set privacy rules. Click the Default button and
then drag the slider up to High. Note that some web sites may fail
to function properly with the High setting. In such cases, you
may add the site to the list of sites for which cookies are allowed, as
described previously.

Alternatively, if you do not wish to
receive warning dialogs when a site attempts to set a cookie, you can use Internet
Explorer’s pre-set privacy rules. Click the Default button and
then drag the slider up to High. Note that some web sites may fail
to function properly with the High setting. In such cases, you
may add the site to the list of sites for which cookies are allowed, as
described previously.

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