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Windows IE 6/7

  • In Tools menu, click Internet Options
  • Click Privacy tab
  • Click Advanced button
  • Check the box next to Override Automatic Cookie Handlng
  • At bottom, check the box next to Always accept session cookies
  • Click OK
  • Now you should be able to log in

Firefox 1/2

  • In Tools menu, select Options...
  • Click Advanced icon
  • Select/expand cookies section on left
  • Check box next to Allow Sites to Set Cookies
  • Now you should be able to log in

Safari 1.2.4

  • Click on Safari tab on menu bar
  • Click Preferences
  • Click Security tab
  • Ensure Enable Javascript is enabled
  • In the cookies area, choose either Only from sites you navigate to or Always
  • Now you should be able to log in

Netscape 7

  • In Edit menu, select Preferences
  • Select Privacy and Security
  • Select Cookies
  • Select Enable All Cookies or Enable cookies for the originating website only
  • Click OK
  • Now you should be able to log in

Mac IE 5

  • Download Firefox and use it instead. :)
  • If you must use Mac IE 5, follow these instructions...
  • Go to Edit menu, select Preferences
  • Click on Receiving Files settings
  • Click on Cookies
  • In the pull-down menu labeled When receiving cookies:, select Never Ask or Ask for each site.
  • Clicking Ask for each site will display a prompt asking if you'd like to accept cookies for this site. Click Accept.
  • Now you should be able to log in

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