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allowing cookies only for a particular site

Posted on 2011-09-07
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Hi Stephanie!

hi experts,

  every now and then I need to work with a website, but it needs to have the settings of my browser set to “allow all cookies”. someone told me there is a way to do that without setting this for each and every site/page, as I prefer to keep “medium” for all the others sites/pages.

Is that possible?

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Hello,

Probably the easiest way is add that particular site to the list of trusted sites in Internet Options.  Under Internet Options, select the Security tab, and then click the Trusted Sites icon.  Then click on the Sites button underneath that and enter the domain in the field.  Be sure to uncheck require https if the site does not use it.  Then restart Internet Explorer with default cookie settings to see if that works for you.
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Additionally, if that does not work, then return to Internet Options and select the Privacy tab.  There is a sites button there as well that you an specify the domain to allow all cookies for.
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this worked! thanks.
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