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[IE7] Security Warning


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Daninku

Everytime I visit a website, somehow related to live.com, I get the below security warning.

securitymessageie7qt2.jpg

I know what is causing this. When live.com was launched I have added http://*.live.com to the Trusted Sites list under the Security Options, because I had to otherwise live.com gadets won't work. Now the problem is that it's annoying me everytime I visit a website related to live.com, even MSN Spaces, IE7 will pop up that security warning.

Is there any work around for this?

Thanks a lot for your help

Daniel.

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Daninku

The strange thing is that it does not appear with www.live.com, it is set as my home page and I don't get the warning everytime I open IE7.

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Wilhelmus

http://windowsxp.mvps.org/ie/zoneelev.htm

This is due to the Zone Elevation Blocks implemented by default in Windows XP Service Pack 2. If a user clicks a link which causes the Web site to attempt to navigate to a higher zone, the above message appears. Navigation from one zone to a ?higher? zone is blocked. This means that Web pages that automatically call more privileged Web pages fail. Also note that the navigation is blocked to the Local Machine, silently.

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To disable this restriction (in valid cases), you can modify the Internet Explorer security zone settings to allow the application to continue working. You can change the zone elevation setting under for each security zone by setting the registry key 2101 from Disabled to Prompt or Allow. To set this via the User interface, configure the following option in the Custom Level Security dialog

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Daninku

Thanks Wilhelmus, unfortunately I can't find the option in the Custom Level Security Dialog!

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