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Cookie Expiration Date - Coldfusion Server Administration

:confused; Can anyone help me figure out how to change the date that my coldfusion server sets for expiration on client housed cookies? I have run into an issue where over the last three weeks each one of my clients has faced the issue of their cookie expiring, and are not able to get to our websites. After we manually delete the cookie stored on the client"s hard drive (Forcing a new cookie to be created) the problem goes away. However I have about 5,000 clients, and I do not want to have to delete this on all of their ...

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    :confused; Can anyone help me figure out how to change the date that my
    coldfusion server sets for expiration on client housed cookies? I have run into
    an issue where over the last three weeks each one of my clients has faced the
    issue of their cookie expiring, and are not able to get to our websites. After
    we manually delete the cookie stored on the client"s hard drive (Forcing a new
    cookie to be created) the problem goes away. However I have about 5,000
    clients, and I do not want to have to delete this on all of their machines. Any
    ideas? (Oh, by the way, I'm using ACIENT ColdFusion 5.0)

    eewells Guest

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    Default Re: Cookie Expiration Date

    > :confused; Can anyone help me figure out how to change the date that my
    > coldfusion server sets for expiration on client housed cookies? I have run
    into
    > an issue where over the last three weeks each one of my clients has faced
    the
    > issue of their cookie expiring, and are not able to get to our websites.
    After
    > we manually delete the cookie stored on the client"s hard drive (Forcing a
    new
    > cookie to be created) the problem goes away. However I have about 5,000
    > clients, and I do not want to have to delete this on all of their
    machines. Any
    > ideas? (Oh, by the way, I'm using ACIENT ColdFusion 5.0)
    CF is using 2 cookies to keep track of sessions: CFID and CFTOKEN. Just
    overwrite those cookies with new expiration dates:
    <cfcookie name="CFID" expires="10/09/2005" value="#session.CFID#">
    <cfcookie name="CFTOKEN" expires="10/09/2005" value="#session.CFTOKEN#">

    --
    <mack />


    Neculai Macarie Guest

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