Procedure to enable cookies

Cookies are text strings of queries and responses made on a Web site. They contain information that is read by a Web site while you are browsing or when you revisit the site.

There are two types of cookies: session cookies and persistent cookies. Session cookies are not stored on your hard drive; they are stored in the memory and deleted when you log off AccèsD. Session cookies are used to identify you whenever you change servers. Once your secure session comes to an end, the cookie is deleted. Persistent cookies are stored on your hard drive and recalled at your next visit. It is not possible to use cookies to run programs or infect a computer with a virus.

In order to use AccèsD, your browser must accept cookies. If your browser is not set up to do so, just follow the procedure to change the configuration.

Procedure to enable cookies on a PC

Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.x for WIndows

  • Select Tools, then Internet Options.
  • Click on the Privacy tab.
  • Click on the Advanced button.
  • Check the box Override automatic cookie handling and then Always allow session cookies.
  • Click OK to return to your browser.

Microsoft Internet Explorer 7.0 for Windows

  • From the Tools menu, select Internet Options.
  • Click on Privacy tab. Select the Accept All Cookies privacy setting.
  • Click Apply and then OK to return to your browser.

Mozilla Firefox 1.5 and higher

  • From the Tools menu, select Clear My Tracks.
  • Do not check the Cookies box.
  • Click Clear My Tracks Now.

Procedure to enable cookies on a Mac

Safari 1.3.2 and higher

  • From the Safari menu, select Preferences.
  • Click Security.
  • Under Enable cookies, choose Always.