For Internet Explorer: Some friends had asked how to do this..so here is….

1.  On your desktop, launch Internet Explorer. 

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2.  On the "Tools" menu, click "Internet Options."

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3.  On the "General" tab, click "Delete Cookies," then click "OK," if prompted.
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4.  Click "Clear History," then click "Yes."
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5.  Click "Delete Files," select the "Delete all offline content" check box, and then click "OK."
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6.  Click "Settings," under "Check for newer versions of stored pages", select "Every visit to the page."
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7.  Click "View Files," press CTRL+A to select all the files, and then press "DELETE." When you are prompted to confirm, click "yes," close the window and click "OK" to close the Settings dialog box.  If there are no files in the window, close it and click "OK" to close the Settings dialog box.
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8.  Click the "Security" tab, click the "Internet," select "Default Level", if it is available, and then click "Apply." Repeat this step for the "Restricted sites," "Trusted sites," and "Local Intranet" zones. 
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9.  Click the "Restricted sites" icon, click "Sites," select a listed site (if there are any), and then click "Remove." Repeat this step until all the sites are removed from the list. Click "OK" when you are finished. 
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10.  Click the "Trusted sites" icon, click "Sites," Uncheck the "Require server verification (https:) for all sites in this zone" checkbox.

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11.  In the "Add this Web site to the zone box," type *.hotmail.com , and then click the "Add" button. Do the same for *.passport.com, *.live.com, and *.msn.com, and then click "OK." You will know that you successfully added the sites because you will see the sites in the Web sites box. If you receive a "Trusted sites" error message, verify the spelling of your entry. 
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12.  On the "Privacy" tab, click "Sites" or "Edit." Under Address of Web site, type *.hotmail.com, and then click "Allow." Do the same for *.passport.com, *.live.com, and *.msn.com. Click "OK."
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13.  On the "Content" tab, click "Clear SSL State," then click "OK." Skip this step if "Clear SSL State" is unavailable. 
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14.  Click the "Advanced" tab, click "Restore Defaults," and then click "Apply."
15.  Click "OK" to close "Internet Options."

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For Windows Explorer 7:

1.  On your desktop, launch Internet Explorer.
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2.  On the "Tools" menu, click "Internet Options."
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3.  Under Browsing history, click "Delete."
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4.  In the Delete Browsing History window, click "Delete cookies." If you are prompted to confirm the deletion, click "Yes." It may take several minutes to delete these files if you have a lot of files, then click "Close."
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5.  Click the "Advanced" tab, and then click "Restore Advanced settings."
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6.  Click the "Security" tab, click the Internet icon, click "Default Level," and then click "Apply." Repeat this step for the "Restricted sites" and the "Trusted sites" zones. 
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7.  Click the "Trusted sites" icon, click "Sites," and uncheck the "Require server verification (https:) for all sites in this zone" checkbox.
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8.  Under "Add this Web site to the zone", type *.hotmail.com, and then click "Add." Do the same for *.passport.com, *.live.com, and *.msn.com. Click "Close."
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9.  Click the "Privacy" tab, and then click "Sites." Under Address of Web site, type *.hotmail.com, and then click "Allow." Do the same for *.passport.com, *.live.com, and *.msn.com. Click "OK."
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10.  Click the "Content" tab, click "Clear SSL State." Skip this step if "Clear SSL State" is unavailable.

11.  Click "OK."

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