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1Quit Adding to Microsoft Internet Explorer’s Pop-up Blocker Allowed Sites OverviewMicrosoft Internet Explorer has security settings that prevent pop-up.

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2 1Quit Adding to Microsoft Internet Explorer’s Pop-up Blocker Allowed Sites OverviewMicrosoft Internet Explorer has security settings that prevent pop-up windows from appearing to reduce annoying advertisements while Web browsing. These settings also prevent legitimate pop-ups from appearing, disabling functionality. Adding sites to the Allowed Sites lists allows legitimate pop-ups from those sites to appear Learning Objective Add Web sites to the Pop-up Blocker Allowed Sites lists in Internet Explorer PrerequisitesKnowledge of: Windows-Icon-Mouse-Pointer user interface. Access to: Microsoft Internet Explorer. Primary Audience LFCDS Employees. AuthorKeith Gillette, Director of Information Technology Instructions Arrows change slides. Print button prints all slides to default printer. Quit exits.

3 2Quit Add a Web site to the Trusted Sites Zone 1.Select Tools->Internet Options… in Internet Explorer 2.Activate the Privacy tab 3.Activate Settings… 4.Enter one or more sites 1.Type domain name in text field 2.Activate Add 5.Activate Close 6.Activate OK

4 3Quit The End! Document Control VersionDate CompleteAuthorDescriptionDate ApprovedApproved By Gillette, KeithFirst DraftN/A Still have a question? Contact the IT Department for further assistance: Call: x168, x169, x170


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