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Kill Auto Log in Cookie...

Thread began 9/08/2010 5:21 pm by patrick126424 | Last modified 9/09/2010 2:43 pm by Jason Byrnes | 627 views | 1 replies |


Kill Auto Log in Cookie...

Other than deleting the cookie manually from the browser, is there a way to kill the auto login cookie assigned when a user checks the auto log in option on the login page? So if for instance the user logs out, could the auto login cookie be set to a time in the past so it won't retrigger the next time someone logs in?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

you could add a Set Cookie Value behavior to the logout page, set it to trigger before page load, use the same name as the auto login cookie and set the save for to a negative vaue like -1000 days. using a negative value in the save for option will delete the cookie.

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