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Unfortunately, right now that is the only way to do it. User authentication is handled differently by different servers, and only the setting server can change or access a cookie, so problems arise unless authentication is passed to a central database, which instructs the local server it's ok to set a local cookie.

As for running several copies of links on the same server, each would require a separate license, and would have to use a separate Users table/database.

I was able to centralize user log-ons under 1.1x, but haven't figured out a reliable way to do so with 2.x and w3t enabled.

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Thread wwwthreads.plugin Sir Up 3730 Feb 27, 2001, 3:29 AM
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