Error when attempting to open a link in outlook

Outlook 2010,

When I attmmpt to open links it kicks me with the following error:

" This operation has been canceled due to restrictions in effect on this computer.  Please contact your system administrator "

I went into trust Center settings and unchecked all boxes and still get error

How can I get rid of this

Joseph SalazarVice President - Senior IT ConsultantAsked:
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Is your computer part of a domain? Is the link just to a website?
Shweta GoelCommented:
I think this is the issue of default browser. This error mainly occurs when no default Internet browser registered in Windows.

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Joseph SalazarVice President - Senior IT ConsultantAuthor Commented:
Had to be the Default Browser and I had to go into

Settings--Advanced Tab

and run restore and reset

Now it works great !!!!

Thank you,

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