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IE security options

  1. May 26, 2010 #1
    At work, I often have to download .tiff files to work with drawings. Sometimes when searching through these drawings I have to download dozens of these files rapidly just to shuffle through them. Every time I click the view button, IE gives a pop-up saying that the website is trying to download something and has been stopped. I then have to approve the download and then reload the page every time I want to view a file.

    I have figured out how to tell IE to download files without asking, but it does this for every web page and actually has three pop-up on startup of the browser and a another pop-up on every web-page telling me that my browing is not safe and I should change them back.

    I want the browser to download everything from this trusted domain, and not ask any questions. I also don't want to be told that the browser does not think this is safe.

    I don't have to option of using any other browser, so please no comments on the wonders of some other web-browser.

    This is really frustrating.
     
  2. jcsd
  3. May 26, 2010 #2
    Nevermind I figured it out.
     
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