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Registered: ‎12-01-2006

Keep getting message to enable cookies

Keep getting message to enable cookies.  How do I do that?

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CCCarole
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Registered: ‎05-21-2006

Re: Keep getting message to enable cookies


gmplyr wrote:

Keep getting message to enable cookies.  How do I do that?



Which browser do you use please?  And which version of that browser?



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Re: Keep getting message to enable cookies

My default browser is Mozilla Foxfire, but we also use IE.

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CCCarole
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Re: Keep getting message to enable cookies

IF IE Version 8:

 

Internet Explorer 8.x

  1. Click on the Tools-menu.
  2. Select Internet Options in the menu - a new window opens.
  3. Click on the Privacy tab near the top of the window.
  4. Click on the Default button of the window.
  5. Move the slider so that it is on one of the levels below Medium High (including Medium, Low, Accept All Cookies).
  6. Save changes by clicking OK.

 

 

Firefox:  See this link:

http://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/enable-and-disable-cookies-website-preferences

 



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Latoque
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Registered: ‎06-10-2006

Re: Keep getting message to enable cookies

You can find what you need right here-----------

 

Enable/Disable Firefox Cookies

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Registered: ‎07-18-2009

Re: Keep getting message to enable cookies?

I don't understand the statement above in red.  What is the value for this fields?

 

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Latoque
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Re: Keep getting message to enable cookies?

What statement are you referring to?  There is nothing in red in this thread.  You need to provide more detail about what you are looking at.

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Registered: ‎01-26-2009

Re: Keep getting message to enable cookies

TURN ON BROWSER COOKIES

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Latoque
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Re: Keep getting message to enable cookies

[ Edited ]

Is that a suggestion, or are you asking how to do it?  If the latter, which browser are you using, and which version?

 

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TrapLoop6
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Registered: ‎05-01-2013

Re: Keep getting message to enable cookies

Hi,

I need to enable my cookies,How do I do that?

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Latoque
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Re: Keep getting message to enable cookies

Controlling cookies is a function of whichever browser you are using.  Which one do you use    IE----Chrome-----Firefox-----Safari----Opera?

 

 

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Registered: ‎09-11-2006

Re: Keep getting message to enable cookies

chrome windows xp

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Latoque
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Re: Keep getting message to enable cookies


dave1964 wrote:

chrome windows xp


In Chrome, click on the little box of hashmarks at the far right end of your omnibar.  Then click on Settings>>>>Show Advanced Settings>>>>>Privacy>>>Content Settings.  In there you will see the options to control cookies.  Make sure the recommended default is selected---- Which is "Allow Local Data to be Set".

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Posts: 591
Registered: ‎06-13-2009

Re: Keep getting message to enable cookies

I get the message all the time in mozilla f fox and cookies are wide open enabled so it doesnt help, it happeneds intermittently.

Not in IE tho'. I run win 7 ie9 and updated f fox.

Visitor
Posts: 3
Registered: ‎10-25-2006

Re: Keep getting message to enable cookies

Don'r enable cookies...just more ads & junk....

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Sullivan1710
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Registered: ‎01-31-2014

Re: Keep getting message to enable cookies

How do you enable cookies
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CCCarole
Posts: 28,303
Registered: ‎05-21-2006

Re: Keep getting message to enable cookies

Which browser/version are you using?

In Internet Explorer browser, go to Tools>Internet Options? Priavacy tab and make the slider at Medium setting.

 

If you use a different browser, post back which one please.

CC

 

 



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Ebonweaver
Posts: 1
Registered: ‎03-30-2014

Re: Keep getting message to enable cookies

Even with cookies enabled, the customer portal page will not let you log in because it insists cookies are not enabled.  However, the login using the same credentials (as it's all one account system) for this forum works fine.  This is clearly a problem with the site (https://customer.comcast.com/) and it has been broken for quite some time, upwards of a year in fact from the forum threads I am finding.  It's also apauling that there is no support email address anywhere on the contact page.  How do we get someone at Comcast/ Xfinity to pay attention to this and fix the problem so the site is usable again??  As is, you have to come to this forum to sign in, then go back to that site, ignore the warning about cookies and click on the tiny little sign in link at the top, which because you are already signed in will actually take you to the account page (https://customer.comcast.com/Overview/) which is just absurd.  Fix the web page so it doesn't stop you from logging in since clearly everything is working fine other than the cookie detection on the main page!!