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this operation has been cancelled blablabla


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Keep getting "this operation has been cancelled due to restrictions placed on this computer"

I know there is an easy fix as I think I did it once before but justy need to be shown how again thanks.

Oh already have set IE as my default browser bit no fix.
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What are you trying to do?
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Your computer
Friends Computer
Work Computer
Program you are trying to run or install
What exactly are you doing when this error message shows up?
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My pc (would the advice be different if it was not?)

I am attempting to click on a link that leads to a website. For example, in word when accessing templates there is an option to search online for other templates - I get the message when clicking on it.
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It doesnt happen in Outlook - all emailed links to me are able to be opened. It only happens when I produce a link in word and try to activate it or there is a generic link in word to update to microsoft templates etc...
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