Setting up a "Trusted Site" in IE 5 (Requires Microsoft Java)

  Go to the Tools/Internet Options... dialog
     Select the "Security" tab
        Select the "Trusted sites" icon
           Click "Sites..."

              Uncheck "Requires server verificaton..."
              Add "https://rsb.info.nih.gov" to "Web Sites:"
              Click "OK"
           Click "Custom Level:"
              Under Microsoft VM/Java permissions, check "Custom"
              Click "Java Custom Settings"
                 Select "Edit Permissions" tab
                 Under "Unsigned Content"/"Run Unsigned Content", make sure
                   "Run in sandbox" is checked and then check all the "Enable"
                    buttons under "Additional Unsigned Permissions"
                 Click "OK"
              Click "OK"
           Click "OK"

The ImageJ applet should now be able to read and write
local files, print, and copy text to the system clipboard. Note
that this only works with the Microsoft JVM. With Sun's JVM
you need to use a signed version of the ImageJ applet, such
as the one set up by Michael Abramoff at bij.isi.uu.nl/applet.htm.

Setting up a "Trusted Site" in IE 4

  Go to the View/Internet Options... dialog
    Select the "Security" tab
      Set "Zone:" to "Trusted sites zone"
      Click "Add Sites..."
        Add "https://rsb.info.nih.gov"
        Uncheck "Requires server verificaton..."
        Click "OK"
      Check "Custom (for expert users)"
      Click "Settings..."
        Under Java/Java permissions, check "Custom"
        Click "Java Custom Settings"
          Select "Edit Permissions" tab
          Under "Unsigned Content"/"Run Unsigned Content", make sure
            "Run in sandbox" is checked and then check all the "Enable"
            buttons under "Additional Unsigned Permissions"
          Click "OK"
        Click "OK"
      Click "OK"