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Sessions expire on logoff/reboot of Windows XP

Posted on 2013-12-20
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Hi all,
I have users complaining that when they try to logon to JPMORGAN chase, they have to reset their password every time.  They are setup to use a single pc for this website.

So if sally logs on, she must use the same computer every time.
If John logs on, he must use his computer every time.

For some reason when they either logoff their computer or reboot, they always have to reset the password (to the website) and reregister the computer they use.

Is there a GPO that could be causing this?  I looked at our policies, but I don't see anything.

It seems to happen using all IE versions.  I'm not sure what is going on...  

Anyone have any idea!?
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Sounds like they may be using InPrivate Browsing where cookies are dumped when that session is closed.
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