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SBS 2008 - Can't change Internet Options

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I'm logged into SBS 2008 with Administrator Rights. I am running SBS 2008 on a virtual VMWare Fusion server. I can't change the internet options. It prompts me when I go to a site that it's blocked but won't give me to option of adding it to trusted sites.
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I think you might need to turn off IE Security. (See picture)

You should only turn this off when you need it and only for admins.
IE-ESC.JPG
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terrific. thanks!
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