One fix for this inside RT would be to make the cookies expire at the
end of the current session, instead of giving them an extended life.
That way, quitting the browser causes the cookies to be dumped.
Also, with some modern browsers you can select a user profile when
launching the browser, and each profile has its own set of cookies.
At 9:19 AM +0100 3/7/01, Frank Lange wrote:
Some persons are user in different queues. There is a problem when
they loggged out on the same computer/browser from a queue and
login in another queue with the appropriate user-account.
This user can’t work with rt. He come automaticly to the login-site
I think the cookie was set for the first login-user.
Why do you need them to have different usernames in different
queues? Couldn't they just access both queues from the same
The problem comes up when the user and admin want to use the
same queue from one computer/browser. They can’t without the trick with
the two browsers. Or: The Coworker is user in queue A and B. He has
only one browser on hie Laptop.
Is there a way to solve this problem. Perhaps to disable the
I tend to run a different browser when I need to do things
like this -- for example, I use Netscape most of the time,
and run MSIE when I need entirely seperate access to the same
site. (No need to get into a discussion regarding whether
Netscape or MSIE is "better," it works the other way around
as well -- or you can use Opera or anything else.)
That’s my way too. But there must be a more elegant way to solve this
The user must use the rt without such tricks. I want offer a simple
for ‘stupidly’ user.
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