I'm having a problem with the Content Advisor. There's clearly a bug here, but before I go about wiping my system and/or reinstalling all of XP Pro I'd really like to try just deleting the current database of sites.
The symptom is this: when I go to the Content Tab, it indicates that content advisor is enabled (I have "disable..." available as a choice. When I make changes to settings, I can look at the list of allowed/denied sites. There are two there right now. An "allowed", but the site name appears to be some whitespace characters. Perhaps 6 or 7 of them. I also have www.whitehouse.com
Content Advisor is not working at all. It behaves as if everything is allowed. I don't have the permissions turned on for "unrated" sites.
If I delete the site with the whitespace name, and then apply/ok etc. and then look at the settings again, voila, it's back again. So I can't delete it for some reason.
I'd like to try scrapping the entire file of these sites. Perhaps the code has a bug and can't handle an all-whitespace name properly and that's why Content Advisor isn't working.
Of course I have no clue how things got into this state. Content Advisor WAS working fine a few weeks back, and my kids were building up a nice list of acceptable sites. Then it flaked out.
So, if anyone can tell me what file to delete and/or registry entries to hack so that Content Advisor will start over with a new list that would be a great help.