Disabling Internet Explorer's Prompt about Trusted Sites
This document will show you how to eliminate Internet Explorer's prompts when you open a page that's in one of your browser's Trusted Sites.
By default, Internet Explorer prompts you about opening sites in your Trusted Sites list as a precautionary measure. While this can be beneficial for when unfamiliar sites find their way into the list, it can become more of a nuisance when you manually add familiar sites to your Trusted Sites list to permit them appropriate access to the Internet.
If you're receiving a Security Warning such as the one below when accessing your trusted sites, you may need to adjust Internet Explorer's Trusted Sites setting.
Please ensure that only web sites with a "geen lock" and starting with https are present in your trusted sites list. Also ensure that you recognise all sites in this list and TRUST them.
- With Internet Explorer open, click Tools, then Internet Options.
- Now, click the Security tab, followed by the Trusted Sites icon.
- Click Custom Level at the bottom of the window to access the advanced options for your Trusted Sites list.
- Scroll down to Web sites in less privileged web content zones can navigate into this zone. By default, this option is set to Prompt – change it to Enable.
- Click OK at the bottom of the window, then click Yes when a warning prompts you about whether you want to change this option.
- Finally, click OK on the Internet Options window to save your settings.