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Internet Explorer 5x: Click on Tools.
Click on Internet Options.
Go to the Security tab then click on the
Custom Level button.

Scroll down and look for Cookies Section,
then enable all cookie options, click OK.

Internet Explorer 6.0:

Click on Tools.
Click on Internet Options.
Click on the Privacy tab.
Click on the Advanced Button.
Make sure the "Override automatic
cookie handling"
and "Always allow
session cookies"
boxes are checked,
and both the First and Third party cookies
are set to Accept.

Click OK to close the windows.

Netscape Navigator 7.x:

Click on Edit.
Click on Preferences.
Click on the word Privacy & Security.
Highlight the Cookies section.
Click on Accept All Cookies, and then click OK