Enabling Cookies and Turning off Pop-up Blockers When Using SOAR
SOAR sends a cookie (a small file that identifies your computer) whenever you log on to the SOAR portal. The cookie is part of an encryption scheme that protects your privacy. Therefore, if your Internet browser is not set to allow cookies, the security program will not let you sign in.
When accessing SOAR, you must "turn off" pop-up blockers, which are utilities that prevent websites from opening or "popping up." If your pop-up blockers are active, SOAR will not be able to automatically open new windows that displays your information. Many programs contain pop-up blockers such as Google Toolbars, MSN, Yahoo, and Windows XP security. Know which programs are installed on your computer and make sure you disable ALL pop-up blockers while using SOAR.
SOAR uses a transient cookie that is erased when you close the Web browser. These cookies typically contain information that does not identify the user.
For optimal computer performance, periodically delete your Internet Files. Follow these steps:
Use the Default Values for Internet Explorer's Security Settings . To configure this:
So that you can access the SOAR Web portal without glitches, regularly delete the temporary Internet files and cookies from your computer.