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Internet Explorer 7.0 and later - Windows

  • Open Internet Explorer
  • In the menu at the top of the screen, click Tools.
  • Select Internet Options.
  • A new Internet Options window will open. Select the Privacy tab. By default, the privacy setting is Medium. This setting can sometimes conflict with Web sites such as ANGEL that require cookies to work properly.

You may choose one of two options: enable cookies for ALL sites or enable cookies for ANGEL specifically.

  • To enable cookies for all sites, click the slider at the left and while holding down the mouse button, drag it all the way down. This will change the setting to Accept All Cookies.
  • To enable cookies for ANGEL specifically, click the Sites button just below the slider. A new Per Site Privacy Actions window will open. In the Address of website field, enter Then click the Allow button. You should see "" listed in the Managed Web sites list below. Click the OK button. Again click OK in the Internet Options window.

Mozilla 2.0 and later - Macintosh and Windows

The following instructions apply to Mozilla on both Macintosh and Windows, although the menus may look slightly different.

  • Open Mozilla
  • Click on the Tools menu (Firefox on Mac).
  • Select Options.
  • A new Options window will open. Select Privacy at the top.
  • In the drop-down menu beside Firefox will: select "Use custom settings for history."
  • Check the box for "Accept cookies from sites" to enable this setting.

Safari 2.0 (and higher) - Macintosh OS X 10.4 (and higher)

  • Open Safari.
  • In the menu at the top of the screen, click Safari.
  • Select Preferences.
  • A new window will open. Click the Security button.
  • In the Accept Cookies area, click the radio button next to Always.
  • Click OK to save.
  • Note: Selecting Only from sites you navigate to does NOT allow you to specify which sites you will accept cookies from.