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you are about to leave a secure site problem

Posted on 2006-11-23
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Hi i have my website in .aspx files
in one of page i am making window.opne to open up a calendar control then i am getting this message
" you are about to leave a secure site..."

how to disable this??
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by:Ivo Stoykov
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Hi Basic,

Add site to trusted sites

Regards

!i!
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by:Basic
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calendar control is dynamicaalyy genrated html page from aspx page how can add it as trusted site??
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Ivo Stoykov earned 150 total points
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Hi again Basic,

copy your main address - i.e. http://[www].domain_name.com
into your IE open Tools -> Internet options -> Security tab -> click on green Icon named Trusted Sites
click button Sites... below
paste the address copied in step 1
uncheck Require server ... check box iv necessary
click add button then OK, OK again

HTH

!i!
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