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    IE9 and FlashPlayer

    I'm having a Sr. moment, and hope someone can fill in some blanks:
    I've noticed recently that, having gone to the Flash site and changing the LSO settings there, when I reboot the next day the Flash player has sneekily gone ahead and undid my changes.
    I thought I saw somewhere that with IE9 you could prevent the Flash Player from storing LSO's etc. on your computer.
    If I haven't lost it completely, can someone remind me how to do that, assuming there is such capability?
    Thanks,
    Dick

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    Had some tea, and it seems to have kick-started my remaining brain cells. I found this quote in an article on Softpedia"

    "Users of Internet Explorer 9 and IE8 now have a much simpler way to delete Flash cookies, provided that they’re running the latest version of the technology, v10.3.

    With Flash Player 10.3 Release Candidate, Adobe has embraced support for application programing interfaces that Microsoft made available when it launched IE8, allowing customers to control their privacy when it comes down to Local Shared Objects (LSOs)."

    I've installed 10.3, so we'll see how that goes.
    Dick

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    Hi Dick, here's how to.

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    O wad some Power the giftie gie us, to see oursels as ithers see us!

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