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Tripod.com Stupid Trick! September 5, 2002

For some of you that use Internet Explorer you will get Tripod.com's Password request [figure 1]. I have no idea why and neither does Tripod.com.

The quick fix is to hit the ESC key every time the password dialog shows up. Which is for every page.

Anonymous Logon

A better solution to this nuisance dialog box is to go to Internet Explorer's Internet Options Security Settings [from menu bar select Tools >> Internet Options...] then select the Security Tab and click Custom Level. From here scroll down to the bottom to User Authentication >> Logon and select Anonymous logon [figure 2]. Click OK and when it ask if you really want to change your security setting click Yes and then OK.

 

figure 1 The quick fix is just to press the ESC key. But you will need to do this for EVERY page.

figure 2 To elimenate the Tripod.com Password request go to Internet Explorer's Custom Security Settings and select Anonymous Logon.