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Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.x
Click on Tools
Click on Internet Options
Select the Privacy Tab
Click on the Advanced button
Select the following options: "Override Automatic Cookie Handling" should be checked
"First-Party" and "Third-Party Cookies" should be set to Accept
"Always Allow Session Cookies" should be checked
Click on the "OK" button
Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.x
Click Tools, and then click Internet Options.
Click the Security tab.
Click the Internet zone.
Select a security level other than High
Click Custom Level, scroll to the Cookies section, and then click Enable for both cookie options.
Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.x
Select the "View" pulldown menu
Select "Internet Options"
Click the "Advanced" tab
Scroll down the list of options to "Security" (marked with a padlock symbol). Beneath, you'll see three options for "Cookies". Select either "Prompt before accepting cookies" or "Accept all cookies".
Privacy & Security
Enable cookies for the originating web site, or Enable cookies based on privacy settings and edit those rules, making sure to allow First Party Cookies.
Netscape Communicator/ Navigator 4.x
Select the "Edit" pulldown menu.
Click "Advanced"-the word itself, not the "+" next to it.
Select either "Accept all cookies" or "Accept only cookies that get sent back to the originating server". "Warn me" may be checked or unchecked.
Netscape Navigator 3.x
Navigator 3.x does not have a way to disable cookies, so you should be able to log in regardless of your settings. However, you may be shown a cookie alert each time you log in. To get rid of the alert, you can follow the instructions below.
Select the "Options" pulldown menu.
Select "Network Preferences"
Click the "Protocols" tab.
Under the "Show an Alert Before" section, uncheck "Accepting a Cookie".
Opera (most versions)
Select the "Preferences" pulldown menu.
Under the "Logging" section, check "Cookie Logging".
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