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Cookies in IE8

Hi,
To enable cookies in IE8- I done these steps but nothing working.
I tried -> Tools- Internet options - Privacy - Advanced- Accept First party cookies .
I also tried - check out the Enable protected mode in Security tab. but none of these working for me.

Can anyone suggest the proper solution for me?.

 
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jramsierCommented:
On the  Tools- Internet options - Privacy - Advanced move the bar down under the settings.  This is also a risk enabling cookies like this.
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sivakuganAuthor Commented:
I did that too..Its not working...

Any other solutions?
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jramsierCommented:
What are you trying to do?  Is it just one site or multiple sites you having problem with?
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sivakuganAuthor Commented:
I'm just trying to browse the web page. thats it.
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jramsierCommented:
Are you sure it is not something funcky with the website?  Are you having any other cookie problems on other sites?
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sivakuganAuthor Commented:
Hi,

This is the site i'm trying to access it.

http://www.walmart.ca/Retail-Stores

Then also click this link - If you are interested in being part of our retail store team,  click here

let me know what's ur result.
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jramsierCommented:
I get a blank page.

https://sjobs.brassring.com/1033/ASP/TG/cim_NoBrandError.asp?ErrMsg=NoCookieGetSessionIdForXML

I think it is the site.  tried on 2 computers (one linux) and Firefox and all failed with cookie error.
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sivakuganAuthor Commented:
ok..Thanks a lot for your help. may be walmart people are not maintaining thier sites.
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jramsierCommented:
It seems to forward to a 3rd party.  You could contact them, could be seen as an initiative, people like that.
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BillDLCommented:
... or, if you DON'T really want a job a Wal-Mart, contact them and tell them that it is particularly irresponsible and lazy of such a large organization to direct potential employees offsite to an https page on "sjobs.brassring.com" which seems to require some sort of "Session Cookies", but the link is devoid of any explanation as to how to enable them.

There's no excuse as far as I'm concerned for a huge organization like this NOT to host their own vacancy search within their own website.

Try this link from "careers" and see where it takes you:
http://www.walmart.ca/Careers
The links in each of the different sections, eg.:
"If you are interested in being part of our home office team,  click here"
seem to go to proper pages on the "Wal-Mart Canada Career Portal"

Ironically they are looking for a full-time Web Developer in Mississauga (ref: 1672BR):
http://tinyurl.com/25l7e84

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sivakuganAuthor Commented:
good explanations.
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BillDLCommented:
Thank you sivakugan
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