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Where Does It Come From?

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#1 10152006


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Posted 24 October 2006 - 06:11 PM

Sorry if this is the wrong forum for this question but I figure if you want to know something about a web site you ought ask them that makes 'em.

I'm using IE 7 and like to surf with security for the Internet, Local intranet & Restricted sites zones set to High and the Trusted zone set to Medium.

Using those settings I usually have to add the site to IE's Trusted zone to make everything work but that doesn't always work on sites that get content from other sources. How do you tell where some content on a page comes from?

For example, Using the above IE security settings what would I have to add to IE's Trusted sites zone to get the Windows Live OneCare safety scanner at http://safety.live.com to work? I've been wrestling with this for days and can't figure it out.


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