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Opening Two Tabs for Two Sessions of IE7 Won’t Work

Updated on September 12, 2008



Internet Explorer tabs are like IE 6 windows – they all run in the same process, and therefore share the same cookies.  The problem described above may be duplicated in IE 6 by opening a second window (using CTRL-N) and attempting to log into the same Process Commander site with two different user IDs. 

Do not attempt to run Process Commander on two different tabs. Having two separate tabs in IE 7 might lead some users to believe that the sessions are independent, when they are not.

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Article originally written 11/01/2006.

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