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Allow or Block Cookies in the new Microsoft Edge

  1. Open Microsoft Edge, select Menu (3 dots icon on top right corner of the browser) > Settings > Site permissions > Cookies and site data

  2. Turn on "Allow sites to save and read cookie data (recommended)" to unblock cookies

  3. Turn on "Block third-party cookies" or add desired sites in "Block" section to block the cookies.

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Enable cookies

Here's how to enable cookies if your browser is blocking them: Edge (Windows 10) In the Edge window, select More (...) > Settings > View advanced settings. Scroll down to Cookies, and select Don't block cookies. Internet Explorer. In Internet Explorer, in the menu bar, selectTools > Internet options > Privacy > Advanced. Select Accept or Prompt under First-party Cookies, and Accept or Prompt under Third-party Cookies. Select OK. Chrome
Applies To: Lync Web App for Lync Online, Lync Web App, Lync Web App operated by 21Vianet

Delete and manage cookies

Select the Cookies and website data check box, and then select Delete. Block or allow cookies. If you don't want sites to store cookies on your PC, you can block cookies. But doing this might prevent some pages from displaying correctly, or you might get a message from a site letting you know that you need to allow cookies to view that site.

Temporarily allow cookies and site data in Microsoft Edge

Depending on your privacy settings and the content you interact with, you might see the following prompt when you visit a site, asking if you want to allow another site to access cookies and site data: If you allow this access, the content will work correctly. Otherwise the content will continue to be blocked by your privacy settings. If allowed, the requesting site can access its own cookies and site data while on the site you were visiting when you the prompt appeared.

Issue with blocking third-party cookies

Select Cookies and saved website data and then select Clear To change cookie settings, select See more > Settings > View advanced settings > Cookies and select your option. For more questions, contact our support team .

Delete and manage cookies

Select the Cookies and website data check box, and then select Delete. Block or allow cookies. If you don't want sites to store cookies on your PC, you can block cookies. But doing this might prevent some pages from displaying correctly, or you might get a message from a site letting you know that you need to allow cookies to view that site.

Change security and privacy settings for Internet Explorer 11

Block all pop-ups. Open Internet Explorer, select the Tools button , and then select Internet options. On the Privacy tab, under Pop-up Blocker, select Settings. In the Pop-up Blocker settings dialog box, under Blocking level, set the blocking level to High: Block all pop-ups (Ctrl + Alt to override). Select Close, and then select OK.

Temporarily allow cookies and site data in Microsoft Edge

Depending on your privacy settings and the content you interact with, you might see the following prompt when you visit a site, asking if you want to allow another site to access cookies and site data: If you allow this access, the content will work correctly. Otherwise the content will continue to be blocked by your privacy settings.

Issue with blocking third-party cookies

Now that we’ve fixed the issue, the Block only third party cookies setting won’t allow companies other than the sites you visit to set, see, or use cookies on your browser, including those that might have been previously set. After updating your PC, you might see some changes in your browsing experience because third-party cookies are blocked.

Description of Cookies

Click the Privacy tab, and then, under Settings, move the slider to the top to block all cookies or to the bottom to allow all cookies, and then click OK. Learn how to view and delete website cookies in Internet Explorer 9.
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