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Topic # 83267 13-May-2011 09:25
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I use Internet Explorer 9 and for most part it works fine. For a couple of web sites though, regardless of what I do it won't keep me logged in between browsing sessions.

Twitter for example. I can login and click "Remember me" as many times as I want, but if I close the browser and open it again, Twitter will ask for login again.

Is anyone seeing this on Twitter, or seeing this with other web sites?

It works fine for Geekzone, Facebook, and other sites...

And no, I am not changing to Firefox, or changing OS. That's not the topic.

 




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  Reply # 468647 13-May-2011 10:29
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I have the same issue with twitter and it's the only website I have 'remember me' issue wiith.




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  Reply # 468652 13-May-2011 10:38
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I wonder if it has anything to do with 'HTTPS' option I have enabled on my twitter account when logging in.




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  Reply # 468793 13-May-2011 15:07
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Hmm IE9 dev tools don't have any bits that really deal with cookies, in Firefox you can use FireBug with FireCookie to debug that sort of thing.

On IE9 you could try use a debugging proxy like Fiddler or Charles Proxy to see what's going on.

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  Reply # 468958 13-May-2011 23:26
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No idea. Have you tried adding it to the compatibility view list and restarting the browser? Should not make any difference from IE8 as I understand it, but interesting to try.

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