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On a Windows XP machine when you switch between "secure" and "non-secure" web sites you get a warning message asking if you want to do it.  If you say yes it loads the page.  However, if I do the same thing again the same box appears how do I make IE remember that I always want non-secure pages to be displayed.

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Question by:MarionTaylor
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by:Justin Collins
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Open IE and go to Tools>Internet Options>Advanced> and scroll all the way down.  Should be right by the bottom (at least in IE7)

[ ]Warn if changing between secure and non - secure mode

Uncheck it.
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Maybe:  Internet Options / Security / Custom Level / Display Mixed Content = Enable
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