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IE Content Advisor returns users to previous page

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I am using the IE Content Advisor to prohibit web browsing.  The one site that I do want users to have access to is available when added to the Always Allow list; however, there is one page (a report, actually) that returns me to a previous log in screen each time I go to access it.

The sites that I allow and seem to be OK with are: https://www.chemrx.net
https://www.chemrx.net/reporting/login.asp
https://www.chemrx.net/reporting/main.asp



The site that sends me back to the login page when I go to access it is:

https://www.chemrx.net/reporting/reportopts.asp

Furthermore, this will generate .pdf reports that include the time-stamp in the name.

      Is there a blanket way to allow any possible page that may come up on chemrx.net to be accessible?  I have tried the 'Always allow this web site' option that appears when a site is blocked, but that does not work.
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Merete earned 250 total points
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hi if your required to logon I dont think so goes against their policy.
Only one idea really get IE to remember your logon and password
How to Remember Names & Passwords in IE (Autocomplete)
http://www.mediacollege.com/computer/microsoft/internet-explorer/autocomplete.html


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