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You can add a site to the Trusted Sites zone or to the Restricted Sites zone by browsing to that site, opening Internet Options in your browser, selecting the Security tab, and clicking the selected zone. The URL of the website then appears in the Add This Website To The Zone box, and you can click Add. Alternatively, if you already know the URL of a site you want to add, you can type it in the Add This Website To The Zone box and again click Add. A further restriction exists when adding sites to the Trusted Sites zone, however. By default, you can add only secure sites (sites with URLs beginning with https:) to this zone. If you wanted to add the site specified in Figure 6-25 to the Trusted Sites zone, you would first need to clear the Require Server Verification (Https:) For All Sites In This Zone check box.
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Typically, a site on an intranet can be identified by its URL. The Local Intranet zone therefore offers automatic detection of intranet sites, as shown in Figure 6-26. If you prefer to specify sites manually, as you can for the Trusted Sites and Restricted Sites zones, you can click the Advanced button.
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The following five levels of predefined security settings exist for security zones:
High Medium-high Medium Medium-low Low
By default, the High security level applies to the Restricted Sites zone, the Medium-high to the Internet zone, the Medium to the Trusted Sites zone, and the Medium-low to the Local Intranet zone. You can change the setting for a zone by dragging the slider control. You can restore all zones to their default security levels by clicking Reset All Zones To Default Level. You can also view the security settings specified for a predefined security level or define a custom setting by selecting a zone and clicking Custom Level. Figure 6-27 shows the resulting dialog box. If you change the settings, the Reset button enables you to reset your changes if necessary. You need to restart your browser before any changes made to security zone settings or security levels apply.
Figure 6-27
The Security Settings dialog box for the Trusted Sites zone
A lot of security settings exist, and it is possible that users might select an inappropriate security level for a zone or add sites to the Trusted Sites zone list that should not be trusted. The defaults are sensible, and you can usually resolve most of the issues that users might have by restoring these defaults. Security zone settings apply on a per-user basis, so if several users access the same computer, IE7+ could have different security settings for each user. More responsible and experienced users could be given, or more likely give themselves, less restrictive settings. In some ways, this is similar to parental controls, discussed in 4, Configuring and Troubleshooting
Lesson 2: Configuring Dynamic Security for Internet Explorer 7+
Internet Access. However, the two features are not directly related. You cannot use security zones to determine what games a user plays, and a user who is blocked from downloading a program from the Internet through security zone settings cannot specify administrator credentials to enable the download.
Configuring Privacy Settings
IE7+ provides a number of features that can help protect your users privacy when they are online. Privacy settings let you specify how a computer handles cookies. Privacy alerts warn users when they try to access a website that does not meet privacy settings criteria. Users can also view a website s privacy statement. You can configure privacy settings by accessing Internet Options from the IE7+ Tools menu and selecting the Privacy tab, as shown in Figure 6-28.
Figure 6-28
The Privacy tab
Cookies
Cookies are small files that some websites put on a computer to store user information. Cookies can make browsing more convenient by letting users return to websites without needing to log on again or by remembering preferences. Most cookies are harmless and useful. Sometimes, however, advertisers create cookies that track a user s browsing and shopping habits without the user s knowledge or permission. IE7+ privacy settings define how cookies are handled on a per-user basis.
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