What does all this mean? Internet Explorer has a security setting that when implemented prevents full access to our site. The idea was to prevent less honorable sites from running scripts or installing programs without your permission or knowledge.

This maximum or customized security setting may have been done by another application or possibly by a well meaning administrator. If allowable you may follow these steps to bring your security level to a level that will allow full interaction with our site; or if you prefer, you may add our site to your Trusted Sites list which would allow full interaction with our site while maintaining the increased security level for all other sites. If you are unsure, we would suggest adding this site to your trusted sites list to eliminate the issue.

What About Privacy & Cookies? We currently and have always had an "In-depth" Privacy Policy that clearly states our intentions and use of all data associated with your usage of this site. The cookies themselves contain only the information required to allow you to stay logged in as you move from page to page, and for the pages to display in the correct manner.

All personally identifiable data is controlled by you through the registration and update profile processes.

Step 1

If you have not already, please take a moment to read our Privacy Policy before performing the steps below.

Step 2

In your browser menu select "Tools/Internet Options":

Step 3

You should now see the Internet Options dialog box on the General tab. Simply click on the "Security" tab as indicated by the top red circle. You should now see a dialog box simular to one of the two shown below.

Step 4

Click on the "Default Level" button and it will gray out and the slider to the left should position at "Medium" as indicated in the image below. Once you have done this, simply click the "OK" button to complete the process and we are done.

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