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Disable Clickjacking Defense in IE9

Disable Clickjacking Defense in IE9

Disable Clickjacking Defense in IE9

I currently working on a website for a kiosk.

I am wanting to load our twiter website in an I frame but the site has the click jacking defense turned on.

So it gives the "This page cannot be displayed in an frame" error page.

Since the site is only visited by Kiosks I own. I am looking for some way to disable The Clickjacking feature in IE so that it displays the page anyway. The problem is I cannot seem to find how to do this.

Or if anyone has any other sugestions I would greatly apricite it.
Thanks in advance for your help.

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