Getting IE to trust eAdventist

Internet Explorer’s unique approach to browser security can prevent eAdventist from functioning correctly — usually the first time you use eAdventist or after a software update. If this describes your situation, you likely need to add eAdventist to IE’s list of “Trusted Sites”. Fortunately, you only need to make this change in 3 different places (thank you Microsoft)!

Click on the “gear” icon in the top, right corner of IE and choose “Internet options”.

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On the “Security” tab, click the “Trusted sites” icon, then the “Sites” button and add both https://www.eadventist.net and https://demo.eadventist.net (that’s 1).

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Next, click on the “Privacy” tab, then click the “Sites” button and add both eAdventist sites again (that’s 2). Finally, click the “Settings” button (in the Pop-up Blocker section of the Privacy tab) and add both eAdventist sites (and that’s 3). Now IE will allow eAdventist use things like Javascript and cookies that it needs to function correctly.

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At this point, you might be ready to try Firefox or Chrome (our personal favorite). However, eAdventist will work equally well in IE once you’ve established the necessary level of trust.