Cant enable cookies

  Martin-303092 14:24 08 Jul 04

I've transferred to another computer at work and for some reason a couple of websites tell me I need to turn cookies on to go any further. As far as I can see they are turned on and any changes I make will not remain. There are cookies in my cookie folder too.

There is some security on the network but the other computers seem to work ok, it just seems to be this workstation. Is there any way around this. Maybe in the registry or something?

  Graham ® 14:38 08 Jul 04

Your IT people would probably need to make any necessary changes. Most workstations are limited to what changes can be made.

  vinnyo123 05:30 09 Jul 04

IE you can try tools>options>privacy>edit>"add url and always allow option"

If not your gonna have to see where cookies are being block third party software,firewall,router,etc.

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