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I'm using IE9 and trying to access a trusted page with an security certificate not from a trusted authority. I know I can permanently add the certificate once I access the page. The trouble is, there is no option to "continue to website (not recommended)".

How can I restore this option? I read something about a policy, but I can't find the setting anywhere.

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I finally found a solution to this. I had to run IE9 as an Administrator, then I could pass the certificate error and install the certificate manually as a trusted website. Now I can access the site without problems as a regular user.

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The first one mentioning! Thanks so much! – GameScripting Jan 7 '13 at 18:56

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