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#1 dbjb7606


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Posted 26 March 2013 - 05:38 PM

When I click on a link in an Outlook email, I get this error message This Operation Has Been Cancelled Due to Restrictions in Effect on This Computer I have looked at all the blogs and have run Microsoft FixIt. When I restart as advised, the links work one time, but successive times I get the error again. I have run Chrome and Firefox in the past without difficulty. I deleted Chrome thinking that might be the problem, but I still get the error. Thanks


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Posted 27 March 2013 - 03:28 AM

Hidbjb7606, Sorry to hear about the issue with opening links in email...... I'll set out a suggested remedy, but are you sure you want to click on links in emails?..... it can be a very efficient way of infecting your computer.......... 1 Reinstall Google Chrome 2 Set Chrome as default browser. 3 Close Chrome 3 now set Internet Explorer as your default browser (via Start> etc) now try a link, a safe one! Let us know if this works for you Regards paws
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