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When the secure page loads (https://...) I get an message asking if I want to display both the secure and nonsecure items. The message as follow:

This page contains both secure and nonsecure items.
Do you want to display the nonsecure items?
Yes/No/More Info

How do I disable this popup in IE 6 and have it always display all items?
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Question by:windy_lim
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by:SheharyaarSaahil
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Hello windy_lim =)

try this, goto Tools>Internet Options>Security>Seclect Internet zone and click on Custom Level
look under Miscelleneos>Display Mixed Contents
and change it to Enable >> now u will not get the above message
and when u will rechange it to PROMPT >> it will show u the above message !!

!! GOOD LUCK !!
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by:windy_lim
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Hi SheharyaarSaahil,

Thanks for the reply.

Is there a permenant solution for this case? We have thousand of user visiting the site and It could be quite tedious if we have to educate all use to modified their browser setting.

Well will the next IE updates or service pack reset everything back to default level again?


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by:SheharyaarSaahil
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windy,,,,, what is ur exact situation here..... something is confusing me :-S
do u want to eanble this feature or diable it...... and for ur personal website or for normal websites hwich u visit in IE ??

sorry but i really didn't get the exact idea there :-?
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by:windy_lim
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Hi there,

I am sorry to confused you.

Due to the user complains to us about the pop-up windwos, they found it very annoying whenever they need to login to your secure system. So we are looking for  a permenant solution here in response to the request.

What I am worry now is, if everytime user apply a patches or service pack on their IE. If everying setting is reset to default, then our user will have to redo the setting again.

I hope I am clear enough now. :)
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SheharyaarSaahil earned 150 total points
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Yes u are very clear now.... :)

mostly pathces and updates dont reset the settings back to default..... these informations are stored in registry... so it will remove only if a major update will remove the present ones and put the fresh ones !!
and a repair of IE will reset those settings back to defaults.... and that's all !!

and i cannot know any way where we can Permanently change this setting.... i always use the above manual way to set it :)
so sorry abt that !!
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