Tuesday, February 21, 2012

How To Add Trusted Sites In Google Chrome

Recently, someone asked me how to add trusted sites to Google Chrome. Since the process isn't as clearly indicated in Chrome as it is in Internet Explorer, I thought I would blog about it.

  1. In Google Chrome, click on the little wrench in the right hand side of the browser to get to the main menu.
  2. Click on Options
  3. Click on Under the Hood located on the left-hand menu
  4. Scroll down to Network and click on Change proxy settings...
  5. A familiar menu will pop up. Click on the Security tab.
  6. Click on Trusted Sites, which is identified by the green check mark, and then click on the Sites button that comes up
  7. Type in the name of your trusted site
  8. Click the Add button
  9. Click the Close button
  10. Click the OK button

Wasn't that simple??? LOL.....


UPDATE: [October 17, 2012]
I first published this in February 2012. It was the process at that time. I should have labelled it with the version information. Here is the latest process :

Applies To Version : Google Chrome Version 22.0.1229.94 m

  1. In Google Chrome, click on the little icon with 3 lines on the far right hand side of the address bar.
  2. Click on Settings
  3. Click on Show Advanced Settings
  4. Click on  Change proxy settings
  5. A familiar menu will pop up. Click on the Security tab.
  6. Click on Trusted Sites, which is identified by the green check mark, and then click on the Sites button that comes up
  7. Type in the name of your trusted site
  8. Click the Add button
  9. Click the Close button
  10. Click the OK button



Smooches!

Kila Morton


9 comments:

Anonymous said...

And what does this "trusted" site do? I'd like to force my users to stay within one domain. Is this possible?

tm said...

Hi! Do you know how to fix this in v.21 perchance? "Under the hood" got removed earlier this year.

Anonymous said...

Thanks!

rajiv said...

i wanna add a trusted site in chrome but i m having a prob.showing this prefix assures a secure connection

Anonymous said...

How do you do this on Chrome running on Mac?

Retinaburn said...

I recently had a reason to test this. In my organisation we restrict downloads of files to olny sites in the trusted sites list. Chrome just ignores this setting and still downloads the files, so it doesn't look like it uses the trusted sites list at all.

Anonymous said...

Wow that was unusual. I just wrote an very long comment but after I clicked submit
my comment didn't appear. Grrrr... well I'm not writing all that over again.
Anyhow, just wanted to say fantastic blog!


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