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Thread poster: Mike Sekine
Mike Sekine  Identity Verified
Japan
Local time: 16:36
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Aug 13, 2002

I came across a few webpages where I wasn\'t able to view the content, but instead received this message: \"Sorry, To use this shopping cart your browser must have cookies enabled.\"



Now, how do I do that with IE v6.0?



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Russell Gillis  Identity Verified
Local time: 01:36
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Cookies are handled under privacy settings Aug 13, 2002

You should go to your Tools menu, then Internet Options.



You will see a number of tabs at the top. Choose the Privacy tab. Now you will see a slider that allows you to control the level of security when you view websites. Most likely you have it on a high setting, which will block all cookies. Try sliding it down a couple of notches, and see if that makes a difference.



Then click on Apply to accept the changes.



Hope that helps!


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Jack Doughty  Identity Verified
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Adjust Privacy level Aug 13, 2002

In Internet Explorer, go to Tools, Internet Options, Privacy. If the vertical slide there is set to the top level, all cookies are excluded. Set it to a lower level (how low depends what cookies you want to admit).

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