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In IE5.5 SP2, how do I restore dialog box warning of entering/leaving secure site?

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by Dan Strassberg, Dec 27, 2001.

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  1. Dan Strassberg

    Dan Strassberg Thread Starter

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    Since I upgraded one of my PCs (it runs under Windows 98 "gold") to IE 5.5 SP2, I no longer see the "You are about to leave (or enter) a secure site" dialog when I am about to leave or enter an https:// site. I assume that I must have accidentaly checked the "do not show this warning again" box, although I don't recall doing so. I had learned to depend on the warning and would like to get it back. Please tell me how.

    Is there a way to restore warnings in other applications that present similar "do not show this warning again" check boxes? Or doesn't Microsoft believe that you can check one of those boxes in error--or change your mind?
     
  2. TonyKlein

    TonyKlein Malware Specialist

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    Hi Dan,

    I take it you mean Tools/Internet Options/Advanced/Warn about changing between secure & not secure mode

    Good luck,
     
  3. rugrat

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    Open IE, go to tools,Internet options,Advanced and there is a checkbox near the bottom.

    SeeYa

    And Tony wins again LOL
     
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