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Re: IE6 is eating my cookies

by schumi (Hermit)
on Jun 25, 2002 at 07:13 UTC ( #177030=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to IE6 is eating my cookies

Additionally to what d4vis mentioned, you can allow certain websites to use cookies regardless of their privacy policy (and also block them). To do this, go to Tools-->Internet_Options-->Privacy. At the bottom you'll find a box called "Web sites", with a button "Edit". There you can enter the address of that site and hit "Allow".

Having said this, if there is a problem with those cookies and IE6, don't you think the client's customers clicking through that catalogue in IE6 will possibly run into the same problem? And thus changing settings on your client's machine will help him, but not them?

--cs

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Re: Re: IE6 is eating my cookies
by cfreak (Chaplain) on Jun 25, 2002 at 14:10 UTC

    Well I'm sure someone is experiancing it but I need to figure out why. So far this is the only two installations we've found that have had the problem (and unfortunatly they are with the client), several people in my office use IE 6 with the privacy setting on medium and no sites in the advanced settings and the catalog works just fine. So the whole thing really doesn't make any sense.

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