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Turning off Content Advisor

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I turned on Content Advisor in IE

Forget the password.

I am not allowed to use the registry, I am pretty tech and know that I can delete "Key" from the IE.

Does anyone have any suggestions?
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Murray S.

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So why aren't you allowed to get into the Registry??

BTW.. the only "fix" available requires Registry access.. You CANNOT delete anything to do with Content Advisor from within IE!!

Methinks you may not have forgotten the password, you simplky aren't the one that put it on the system !!

Looks like you may be out of luck!!

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