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Posted: May 30, 2012 3:52:52 AM - Report post  (0)  (0)       Post Reply  post reply  

Is it no longer an option to keep my account logged in so that when I close my browsing session and later re-open the browser and navigate to CHU's webpage I don't have to re-enter my login credentials? When I used IE, that always happened (I recently switched to firefox, and I vaguely remember there being an option at login to check that allowed you to stay logged in). I use a password vault, but I figure that this will not really make a difference as each time I enter login credentials, I have to enter that funny picture code (I forget what those are called). I was just curious... Thanks.
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This happens automatically. You must have something blocking or deleting the cookies when you exit the browser.
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Yes, I have the browser auto-delete cookies (I'm a Info Assurance major, whaddaya expect, lol XD). Anyways, is there a way to allow cookie exceptions...I nosed around the privacy settings for the browser but couldn't find anything. Thanks for the assist.
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