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Web Members account... Log in. proxy permissions

I have a Coldfusion website and a MS SQL DB.

I Received a call from a member, saying that when she logs in to her online member account she is seeing her friend Joe account as opposed to hers.

I have logged into there account with there username and double check both account and it seem good to me.

What cause this to happens?  I think this has happened before in the past and had something to do at their end with something called proxy permissions. What is may causing.... My site is build with ColdFusion.  BTW, what is proxy permission...?
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8/22/2022 - Mon

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I'm not sure if they use the same computer...

Here is the code i think it's a cookie... please advise what do you think the method of login....

So i didn't get what do you mean by proxy permission ... The only access is via my website they have to enter username and password to log in.  So when you saw it reads the windows login and uses that what do you mean for example?

<form action="/members/lLoginValidate.cfm?Task=ClientLogin&Lang=E" method="post">
                              <label for="loginName">User Name:</label><br>
                              <img src="/images/spacer.gif" alt="" width="1" height="2" border="0"><br>
                              <input type="text" name="LoginName" id="loginName" size="14" style="width: 100px;" value="<cfif ISDEFINED("Cookie.LoginName")><cfoutput>#Cookie.LoginName#</cfoutput></cfif>"><br>
                              <img src="/images/spacer.gif" alt="" width="1" height="5" border="0"><br>
                              <label for="loginPassword">Password:</label><br>
                              <table border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" width="125">
                                    <td width="103"><input type="password" name="password" id="loginPassword" size="14" style="width: 100px;"></td>
                                    <td width="22"><img src="/images/spacer.gif" alt="" width="1" height="2" border="0"><br><input type="image" name="loginSubmit" src="/images/login-btn.gif" alt="Submit" width="22" height="19" border="0"></td>
                              <img src="/images/spacer.gif" alt="" width="1" height="5" border="0"><br>
                              <table border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" width="125">
                                    <td width="1%"><input type="checkbox" name="RememberLogin" id="loginRemember" value="Yes" class="input"<cfif ISDEFINED("Cookie.LoginName")> checked</cfif>></td>
                                    <td width="3"><img src="/images/spacer.gif" alt="" width="3" height="1" border="0"></td>
                                    <td width="99%"><label for="loginRemember">Remember me</label></td>
                        <input type="Hidden" name="Language" value="English">
                  <td width="86"><a href="/members/create_new_account_e.cfm"><img src="/images/login-create_e.gif" alt="Create an Account" width="86" height="32" border="0"></a></td>
                  <td width="4"><img src="/images/spacer.gif" alt="" width="4" height="1" border="0"></td>

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