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Hi all,


Not quite sure if I should post this here, so sorry if I shoulnd't have...


I also have installed win2000 pro and explorer 6, and all with easyphp.


my problem is the cookies. it seams that no matter what I do, all website think I have the cookies disable.. why?


How do I have the cookies able with win2000pro?


many thanks


PS: i have installed easyphp, isn't anything to do with it?

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You would check your security settings in your browser to determine if cookies are enabled or not. This would be under Tools > Internet Options > Security > Customize.




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Hi there


I have explorer 6 and it seams that in

Tools > Internet Options > Security >

There is not mention of cookies..

I have put low secutiry, etc etc.. but nothing still

Cookies are disabled


Why? any idea?



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In IE6, you need to look in Tools ~ Options ~ Privacy for cookie handling.

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Thanks, the cookies are here

Tools ~ Options ~ Privacy for cookie handling


The problem is that I am not able to access my server because it tell me

Cookies are disabled whatever I do...

they said is nothing wrong and I should..


they alse said that it maybe win2000pro that has something like firewall in it..


Does anybody know win2000pro that can help?

where I should look



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I run Win2000 Pro, EasyPHP, Zonealarm... no problems :shock:


This is not an osC issue as far as I can tell :? .... you may wish to look here:



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My gut feeling is that's a setup issue with EasyPHP rather than your IE settings.


There's a few things you can do.

Go to this site: www.turningbase.com/create_account.php


Do you get the same cookie error?

If not, than your IE settings are fine.



What happens when you disable 'Force Cookie Use' in Admin >> Configuration >> Sessions?

(This is done via the online admin screen.)


See how you go, and report back with the results... this should help to pin point where the error is located.




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