Add trusted websites to Internet Explorer

INTRODUCTION

To minimize the risk of abuse of Java in Internet Explorer, the Java functionality is limited. Java functionality is only possible on websites belonging to the “Trusted Sites” list in Internet Explorer. The UT administrative websites are already on this list. When a website which is not on this list tries to use Java, a notification will be displayed in the bottom of the Internet Explorer window:

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This notification can be closed.

When you need the Java functionality form a blocked website, you can easily add this website to the “Trusted Sites” list by following these steps. Only do so when you fully trust this website!

BEFORE YOU GET STARTED

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This manual has been written for Internet Explorer 9. It is possible that the images for other browsers are slightly different, but the steps are nearly identical.

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When working your way through the manual, you will frequently need to carry out certain actions. Whenever a task is at hand, this is indicated in the following manner: references to text and/or buttons on screens are printed in italics, data that you have to enter yourself is printed in bold.

ADD A TRUSTED WEBSITE

Step 1: Open the trusted sites

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Open Internet Explorer.

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Press the Alt key to make the menu visuable.

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In the menu, click Tools.

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Click Internet Options.

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Go to the Security tab.

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Select Trusted sites.

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Click Sites.

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Step 2: Add the trusted website

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Enter the address of the website you would like to add.

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Click Add.

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Close the opened Trusted Sites and Internet Options windows.

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Java can now be used on the desired website.

SERVICE DESCRIPTION