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Re: query: switching b/n secure and non-secure mode
From: Andrew Sledge (asledgegpc.edu)
Date: Wed Aug 25 2004 - 09:09:41 CDT
A quick google search revealed:
1. On the *View* (or *Tools*) menu, click *Options* (or *Internet
2. In Internet Explorer 3.x, click the *Advanced* tab, click to
select the *Warn if changing between secure and unsecure mode*
check box under *Page*, and then click *OK*.
In Internet Explorer 4.x and 5, click the *Advanced* tab, click to
select the *Warn if changing between secure and not secure mode*
check box under *Security*, and then click *OK*.
Works in IE 6.whatever as well. Its the next to the last option on the
>For an applications that I regularly use, today on a
>Win XP, I got this warning popup from IE that said I
>am switching from a secure site to a non-secure one.
>It seems IE has an option 'warn when switching between
>secure and non secure mode', and it turns out that it
>is ON by default. I checked out with a bunch of guys
>as this option is on their machines, and all of them
>have it OFF and no one recalls when they turned it
>OFF. Neither do I.
>Does anyone know more about this option? If installing
>any service packs turns it off or something like that?
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