Re: IE7 doesn't remember I've logged in!
I had been experiencing this problem for several months, and found no
solution that worked here or from my ISP who provide my antivirus, antispam,
antispyware software. However, in that software, there is a utility called
"Privacy Manager" which gives me the option of having the index.dat files
deleted each time the computer is shut down. Turning off that option gave me
a successful result. Now, when I restart my computer, I remain logged in to
web pages for which I want cookies saved.
> OMG Thank you so much!
> "Don Varnau" wrote:
> > Hi,
> > At one of the troublesome sites, does this happen if IE7 is started with all
> > add-ons disabled? Right-click the IE7 desktop icon and Start without
> > add-ons.
> > Try clearing your Temporary Internet Files from Internet Options> General>
> > Browsing History> Delete> (next screen) Delete files. Also, set the size of
> > the cache to 60-80 MB... Internet Options> General> Browsing History>
> > Settings.
> > [Longshot] Internet Options> Advanced> Security, uncheck "Do not save
> > encrypted pages to disk."
> > You may have a corrupted Cookies folder. If you have cookies worth saving,
> > export them from IE> File> Import and export. Logout then login as
> > administrator or another user with administrator
> > privileges, make sure that you can see hidden and system files (Folder
> > Options> View) then delete the affected Cookies folder from Windows
> > Explorer. It will be at [C:\Documents and Settings\yourusername\Cookies]
> > Restart. Import cookies if you saved them.
> > Hope this helps,
> > Don
> > [MS MVP- IE]