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Is it possible to bypass single sign on token stored in browser cookies? RRS feed

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  • Hi,

    Right now we are using single sign on in our applications. It works fine for production enviornments. However, when we hit any non prod environment broswer passes the prod login cookie to the non prod env and we are getting login error.

    IN IE 8 - We need to clear brower cookie and close all broswer and open non prod in new window, and login to non prod works.

    IN IE 6 & 7- If we open the non prod link in same window but new tab it doesnt works. But if we open in new window it works.

    Is there any way/settings by which we can specify in the link itself to explicitly deny to use the browser cookie?

    OR Is there are way to set broswer cookie as blank in the URL. So that destination system prompt for login.

    Thanks

    Ashish


    • Edited by Akapoor3 Thursday, December 22, 2011 8:39 PM
    Tuesday, December 20, 2011 2:49 AM

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