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Undeclining a Website's Cookie.

Posted on 2007-04-05
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Using IE 7:

I've got a user that has chosen to deny cookies from a certain site that requires cookies to view the sight.  I've gone into Tools >> Internet Optoins >> Privacy >> Advanced: Check the Override option, and selected to allow First party cookies instead of prompting for them.  This allows the user to now veiw the sight, but I don't want to leave the options set to "always allows every first party cookie".  How can I, in essence, re-aprove a site's cookie, so that we can go back to the "prompt first party cookies" option?
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Within Internet Options - and the Privacy tab, why instead just adding the URL/link to the Privacy tab to allow it specifically and if more is needed, ensure it's not in the restricted zone and add it to the trusted zone in the Security tab....
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