Annoying problems navigating in internet with Windows 2003 server

Posted on 2005-03-30
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Last Modified: 2010-04-18
Hello, how can i stop the message that indicates me that i have to add the page that i'm trying to access, once for all?

Thanks for the support.
Question by:pcif1973
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Sounds like a security setting...IE security settings on a 2003 server are set fairly high for obvious security reasons. I have to question why you are even surfing the Internet with server 2003 (a big no no in my opinion due to the risk that it poses). But anyway, if you choose surf the net from your server and you don't want to be prompted then lower your security settings in IE.
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luv2smile earned 200 total points
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tools - internet options- security tab

However, if this server is anything more than just a test server for you to play with, I would advise against lowering the security settings. Just my opinion :)

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Thanks both of you for your help.

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