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Windows XP Trusted Sites.

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No matter what format I use, I cannot add a new site to my Trusted Sites list.

The following error box comes up each time;


X Sites added to this zone must use the https:// prefix. This prefix assures a secure connection.

I have tried turning off McAfee Firewall, McAfee Spamkiller, but nothing seems to make any difference.


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If you are using IE 6 then you can add sites by going into "internet options" then the Privacy tab and click where it says Sites... and add it in there, the error you gave sounded like (to me) then you dint put in http://www.google.com and insted put www.google.com or somthing similar is this right?

Oh and take a look at Fire Fox and i would use it for the internet over IE

Edited by Haz, 23 January 2006 - 07:25 AM.

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when y ou go to add the site to the trusted zone...uncheck the "require server verification for all sites" check box
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