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Out of country access

M Conlin
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Joined: Aug 01, 2005
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I have a few clients trying to access our application from outside the country.

Their session ID cookies are never recognized so they get booted out right after login.

Why would be in a different local cause this?
William Brogden
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Are you sure these clients have sessions allowed in their browsers? I cant think of any reason that inside/outside the country would have any effect on cookies.

IF this was my problem I think I would try dumping/logging all of the request headers for requests from these clients.

Bill
 
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