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I'm working on two Umbraco sites, and while in one I am using another primarily as a reference for some things - however, every time I log in to one and navigate to where I want to reference, and then proceed to carry something out in the other instance then I am logged out. When I log back in to that one, and navigate somewhere in the other, then I'm in the same position with a different instance again.
This becomes highly irritating when every other navigation is alternated between instance, hence requiring me to log in essentially every time I navigate within the CMS.
Doesn't Umbraco use unique cookie names, or something, that allows for multiple session log ins?
I'm having this same issue six years later.
Try using different browsers, i.e. log in using Internet Explorer for site 1 and use Chrome for site 2.
If you don't want to use a different browser, there are a few options:
I've just been having a look at the source and it looks like there's an setting that lets you change the name of the cookie that the Umbraco back office uses for authentication.
By default, the cookie is called UMB_UCONTEXT, however, you can rename it in the ~/config/umbracoSettings.config file
Within the settings file, add a new node to the <security /> section:
I've just tried this on a starter kit site and it definitely changes the cookie name so it might work!
Is it possible for you to configure the two Umbraco sites with two different authCookieName values?
You could create different profiles in Chrome or Firefox and log in separately in each of these.
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