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I have a new HP 8500 series computer operating Windows 98. I want to delete and/or warn before sending cookies. I searched the control panel, but I cannot find that option in the advanced section of internet properties.  How can I turn off the cookies?  
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by:tfewster
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If you're running Internet Explorer 5,
in the browser select Tools/Internet options, click on the Security tab, then Custom Level and scroll down - There's an option there to disable/enable/prompt for cookies.



 
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In addition to the option of setting a custom security level mentioned by tfewster, one can also define lists of trusted and restricted sites.  Again, you could either assign of the default security levels for these lists or create a custom security level for one or both.
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Did that work, sfb11? If not, what browser are you using?
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