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Topic # 110914 18-Oct-2012 23:08 Send private message

Weird problem with my win 7 netbook with IE9. I lose my login every time I change pages in the Forums. Logins on other sites are OK.

Any ideas where to look?

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  Reply # 703351 19-Oct-2012 08:01 Send private message

I have used IE9 around to try and reproduce it.

Are using some user agent changer?
Is your browser accepting cookies?
Is there any security software that deletes cookies for (false) security?







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  Reply # 703450 19-Oct-2012 11:49 Send private message

Thanks for reply, Mauricio. Finally tracked it down to a HP installed prog/add on called TrueSuite from AuthenTec. It should be kosha, and doesn't interfere with logons in other sites, but sure does with GZ.

May need to look further. Maybe I clicked an option that told it to wipe GZ off its list. Dunno, but stopping that service has made the annoying problem go away.

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