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Configuring the Local Intranet Zone

The Local Intranet security zone sets Web content permissions on your local area network. The default security level for this zone is Medium/Low. Configure the Local Intranet Zone by following these steps:

  1. In the Internet Properties dialog box, click the Security tab and then clock on Local Intranet in the zone list. Set the security level.

  2. Define the sites that will be part of the Local Intranet zone by selecting them from the list. If the sites you want to configure are not part of the list, use the options to have them added to the list.

  3. You can now include or exclude local (intranet) sites not listed in other zones, sites that bypass the proxy server, and network paths (UNCs). To include a resource, select the related check box. To exclude a resource, clear the related check box.

  4. Click OK twice to close the Local Intranet dialog boxes.

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