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Cookies are small pieces of information that your web browser stores locally that are associated with a particular website. This site, like many others, makes use of cookies to enhance your use of our system. There are two types of cookies that our site makes use of; session cookies and persistent cookies. The session cookies are used to keep track of who you are logged in as; since the web pages have no &qot;memory" from one page display to another. Persistent cookies can last for a long time, and are often used to record a user's preference for certain site options.

Session Cookies

Session Cookies The screen capture below shows the cookies that this browser had for the current website; the .ASPXAUTH and .ASPXROLES cookies are used as part of the login process. You can see that these will expire at the end of this session.Note that if you have your web broswer security setting at a level where the browser cannot store these session cookies, you will not be able to log in; since the browser will not be able to record the fact that you have entered a password which our site has validated.

Persistent Cookies

Persistent Cookies The "UserSetting" cookie hold user preferences for this site; you can see that I have set my preferred page size to 20; this cookie will be consulted by the web server to set the initial page size for all pageable lists while I am on the site.