Ok, I poked around on google and didn’t really find any answers. In MSKB 296363 http://support.microsoft.com/kb/296363/EN-US/ it says this:
“In earlier versions of Internet Explorer, security levels for cookie settings are configured on the Security tab, on a per-zone basis. In Internet Explorer 6, cookies settings are configured as privacy levels for the Internet zone on the Privacy tab.”
Which seems to ring a bell with me in that in you used to be able to adjust cookie settings based on zones, but not anymore.
So, I tried adding the following to the registry using the same method as before to allow local cookies, but none worked:
I couldn’t find a reference to “
Found the one page:
“NOTE: All cookies are automatically accepted in the Local intranet and Trusted zones, and blocked in the Restricted zone.”
Thanks for the input and ideas guys.
(googles and reads some more MSKB…)
Ah! I found a newsgroup post with reference to
local is referenced here as well:
How to Use the InternetGetCookie() Function to Retrieve Local Cookies
but no info about being prompted for this “local” cookie.
Ok, going on the assumption that “All cookies are automatically accepted in the Local intranet and Trusted zones” as stated in the MSKB article, I tried adding the sites I listed above to my “Trusted Sites”, still no go.
(grr, no + or ; in URL code …fixes urls)