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Deleting a connection rule/security exception

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Is there a way I can delete a security exception that I added? I tried to order from a website whose security certificate had expired, and I decided to add the exception on my laptop, and then wasn't able to order from the site anyway. I've not had any problems with my laptop, but I would feel better if I knew the exception had been deleted. I wasn't sure which menu I needed to use to delete it, if it's even possible. I have no idea why I thought adding the exception was a good idea in the first place, because now I'm just paranoid. Thanks!!

EDIT: The operating system on my laptop is Windows 7, if that helps. Thanks again!

Is there a way I can delete a security exception that I added? I tried to order from a website whose security certificate had expired, and I decided to add the exception on my laptop, and then wasn't able to order from the site anyway. I've not had any problems with my laptop, but I would feel better if I knew the exception had been deleted. I wasn't sure which menu I needed to use to delete it, if it's even possible. I have no idea why I thought adding the exception was a good idea in the first place, because now I'm just paranoid. Thanks!! EDIT: The operating system on my laptop is Windows 7, if that helps. Thanks again!

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You can look here:
Tools > Options > Advanced > Encryption: Certificates > View Certificates : Servers

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You can look here:
Tools > Options > Advanced > Encryption: Certificates > View Certificates : Servers

You can look here:<br /> Tools > Options > Advanced > Encryption: Certificates > View Certificates : Servers

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That fixed it! Thank you so much--I feel much better knowing that I deleted the exception. You were very helpful!

That fixed it! Thank you so much--I feel much better knowing that I deleted the exception. You were very helpful!
cor-el
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You're welcome

You're welcome