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I think I have a cookies problem


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Joeyp

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I just recently did a Full restore on my pc,and upgraded to IE7.I used to be able to log in to a site,then log out,and the next time I came back to log in,I only had to click the log in box,and my username would pop up,and then I would click it to log in,but since the restore,I can't do that anymore.I've set my firewall to allow cookies,and not to expire cookies,and allow third party cookies,and it still didn't help,and my security settings are set to medium,the same as it was with my old browser.Does anyone have any ideas,is this browser related? BTW,I use Computer Associates Security Suite firewall,any help will be appreciated.
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in internet explorer click on tools, then internet options, then content, then click on the settings button next to auto complete...check the box next to "user names and passwords on forms"
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Just checked,and the box is already ticked,thanks for the suggestion anyway.
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ok...check the box under it (the one about asking about remembering passwords)...then log into a site...it should ask if you want to save the password....tell it yes...then close the page and go back and see if it will do like it used to
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Still no joy,it didn't even ask me if I wanted to save passwords.I noticed when I logged out,it said,all cookies cleared,make any difference? ok,it started working,but only on this site,it still doesn't work anywhere else,and only just started working here.

Edited by Joeyp, 05 October 2007 - 03:00 PM.

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