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I am having problems with cookies in XP. I am trying to download turbo tax and am getting a message to enable cookies. I followed thier instructions, microsofts instruction about how to enable cookies. Still getting message after rebooting, refreshing, uninstalling etc. Can anyone help? I can download cookies from other sites just not intuit (for turbo tax and travelocity). Seems to have started after microsoft updates.
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Try putting these URLs in the Trusted Sites in IE if using a https// site (Internet Options>Security tab>Trusted sites icon, click Sites button). Also, click Privacy tab, Edit button at bottom-right under Web sites and add these URLs to the "Address of Web site:" window one at a time by clicking the Allow button. Click Advanced button and make sure "Override automatic cookie handling" is unchecked. Slide bar set a "Medium"

Might check your firewall settings too. If SP2 has been installed, there are a lot of security settings that have been set by default not to mention that certainn apps don't work well with SP2. Micro$oft has information on apps giving problems.

Hope this works.

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