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IE stripping cookie info from between two different domains


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#1 theweave

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Posted 02 January 2009 - 05:30 PM

As a result of a client decision, we are passing cookie information between two different domains, meaning a member logs in on one site, we check his info and login at another website (.org) address and redirect back to .com address (same name, just different extension)....some people are seeing a blank screen in IE, as third party programs, specicfically, AdAware are stripping cookie information and not allowing them to see anything but a blank screen. Most of the time I can have them delete their cookies in relation to the site, make sure AdAware disabled and they get in, but has anyone else ran into other things that can strip cookie info from a browser pass?
Most times I can get the members logged in, but it takes a lot of cleanup and then after they work good for a while, it suddenly reverts back to not letting them in. Anyone have any suggestions?
I cannot locate the database from .org address to .com website, so I have to pass the info. Same registrant owns both domains, they just have an inhouse database I have to review with each .com login....

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