Internet Options

I cannot get the computer to remember my internet connection settings. Each time I log on by way of my LAN I have to go to the internet options bar, go to content and redo the required language, violence, etc ratings and check the box for users can view pages with no ratings. It does not remeber these settings. What can I do?
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Go into the regedit and remove the following key.  This is what is corrupted and when you remove it, and reboot.  Windows will rebuild it again.


** WARNING ** Back up your reisty files first, bt opening regedit, goto the export option.  Save it somewhere you can find it again.

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MichaelMarch, your are new to this site, and with that, Welcome. However, unlike newsgroups and Usenets, we observe a protocol or policy at this site with which you should become familiar. Experts do not post proposed answers that are incomplete or that are speculative, nor do they post proposed answers that incorporate the comments of others that have been preceded you. Since questioners can accept comments as answers, it is beneficial to the questioner that speculative answers be posted as comments, especially when the issue involves further troubleshooting.
In this particular case you have blocked this question from the view of other experts and prevented the questioner from benefiting from their imput!
Larry, what type of LAN are you referring to, a dial-up to an ISP or a true network?
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