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    New Lounger
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    Hi!

    I'm running Windows XP Pro with IE6, Opera 10, and Firefox 3.5. I'd like a solution for my problem which works easily with at least one of these browsers, preferably all.

    I normally don't let my younger children use the World Wide Web unless they have some good reason. One of them wants permanent permission to use a list of sites which I will explicitly specify, which is reasonable. I used to know how to enter such a list very easily on the early versions of the built-in Internet Explorer content gadget, but in IE6 I can't figure out how to tell the machine to completely bypass RSACi checking and to use ONLY my hand-entered list.

    Could someone please tell me how to do this in IE6, or suggest another solution which will make it easy to allow only sites from a hand-entered list FOR ONE USER?

    Thanks.
    D.
    Good luck.
    D.

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    Install IE 8, then tools, internet options, content, content advisor button, then enable controls. This is where you can specify certain sites only.
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