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Continued warning in IE for Https sites - after disabling prompt?

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I still get the warning message even after enabling the mixed content in security in IE 8 and the "warn if changing between secure and not secure mode"  uncheked in the advanced tab?

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If its a site you trust you could add it to the trusted sites list?

http://www.wonderhowto.com/how-to-add-site-trusted-sites-internet-explorer-8-308357/view/

Disable, then restart, enable again.

Also make sure that we you do the change your virus/firewall software is off. This can prevent changes to IE 8 registry.
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I tried all that still popping up? I guess i will use firefox
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Thanks
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