Enabling Third-party Cookies

1. Enable Third-Party Cookies in Chrome

1.1.  On your computer, open Google Chrome.

1.2.  From the top right, select the three vertical dots and then Settings (Fig.1).

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1.3.  This will open a web page, Settings. On the left hand navigation bar, select the Advanced Settings drop down menu  (Fig. 2).

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1.4.  In the Advanced drop down menu, select Privacy and Security and then Site Settings (Fig. 3).

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1.5.  On the Site Settings page, select Cookies and Site Data (Fig. 4).

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1.6. On the Cookies and Site Data page, make sure that the Block third-party cookies setting is toggled off (Fig. 5). 

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2. Enable Third Party Cookies in Firefox

2.1.  Select the three vertical lines in the top right corner, and select Options (Fig. 6).

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2.2.  In the right hand menu, select Privacy & Security (Fig. 7). 

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2.3.  On the Browser Privacy page, select the Custom drop down menu. Make sure that the checkbox next to Cookies is unchecked (Fig. 8). 

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3. Enable Third Party Cookies in Internet Explorer

3.1.  Click the gear icon in the top right-hand corner of Internet Explorer (Fig. 9).

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3.2.  Click Internet Options (Fig. 10).

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3.3.  Select the Privacy tab and then Advanced Settings (Fig. 11).

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3.4.  Under Third Party Cookies, select Accept and then OK (Fig. 12).

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