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cookies are not stored between two sessions

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Hi everyone

For a few months after several repairs and installations of Firefox (and even Windows) My cookies are no longer stored in my browser after closing Firefox

I have to authenticate myself on all web pages between all sessions: Google, Outlook ... all web applications without distinctions, even websites that I create myself.

What is intriguing is that this seems to only happen on my personal computer. It works fine from another computer with my account or on my smartphone.

I tried all the options for configuring the storage of cookies without any effect.

I regret not finding a solution, because I will have to abandon Firefox.

If anyone had any idea to find a solution to my problem, I would be very grateful to you

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roedelt said

I tried all the options for configuring the storage of cookies without any effect.

How is it set up now? Let's review the Privacy & Security panel of the Options page:

(1) Tracking Protection section

  • Standard => blocks very few cookies, shouldn't affect normal browsing
  • Strict => blocks very few cookies, shouldn't affect normal browsing
  • Custom => If you use this level, what is your setting for blocking cookies?

(2) Cookies and Site Data section

The checkbox here for "Delete cookies and site data when Firefox is closed" determines whether cookies are set to expire automatically at the end of your Firefox session:

  • Unchecked => Firefox sets the expiration based on what the site requested
  • Checked => Firefox sets the expiration to "Session only"

The "Manage Permissions" dialog is where you would list sites that are an exception to your standard rule. For example, if you force all cookies to session but you want to stay logged in on certain sites, you could add those sites here with an "Allow" exception.

(3) History section

The main selector here has three options:

  • Firefox will: Remember history => cookies should not get cleared automatically
  • Firefox will: Never remember history => forces automatic private browsing, so cookies are stored only in memory for the duration of your session
  • Firefox will: Use custom settings for history => it depends...

If you use custom settings:

  • "Always use private browsing mode" => if checked, cookies are stored only in memory for the duration of your session
  • "Clear history when Firefox closes" => if checked, cookies may be removed depending on what is selected in the "Settings" dialog to the right of this option

How does those all look relative to what you want Firefox to do?

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roedelt said

I tried all the options for configuring the storage of cookies without any effect.

How is it set up now? Let's review the Privacy & Security panel of the Options page:

(1) Tracking Protection section

  • Standard => blocks very few cookies, shouldn't affect normal browsing
  • Strict => blocks very few cookies, shouldn't affect normal browsing
  • Custom => If you use this level, what is your setting for blocking cookies?

(2) Cookies and Site Data section

The checkbox here for "Delete cookies and site data when Firefox is closed" determines whether cookies are set to expire automatically at the end of your Firefox session:

  • Unchecked => Firefox sets the expiration based on what the site requested
  • Checked => Firefox sets the expiration to "Session only"

The "Manage Permissions" dialog is where you would list sites that are an exception to your standard rule. For example, if you force all cookies to session but you want to stay logged in on certain sites, you could add those sites here with an "Allow" exception.

(3) History section

The main selector here has three options:

  • Firefox will: Remember history => cookies should not get cleared automatically
  • Firefox will: Never remember history => forces automatic private browsing, so cookies are stored only in memory for the duration of your session
  • Firefox will: Use custom settings for history => it depends...

If you use custom settings:

  • "Always use private browsing mode" => if checked, cookies are stored only in memory for the duration of your session
  • "Clear history when Firefox closes" => if checked, cookies may be removed depending on what is selected in the "Settings" dialog to the right of this option

How does those all look relative to what you want Firefox to do?

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Thanks for your fast anwer

First option : (1) Tracking Protection section I tryed the default setting and the customized without cookies trakeurs to try if it come from this but non différence in the behaviour

I choosed to stay in the defaul mode

Second option : (2) Cookies and Site Data section Of course it was my first idea but didn't solved the issue

I choosed to uncheck the checkbox

Third option : (3) History section I never did visit the setting options of that section It's there where to define the option to remove every cookies at the session close

So, think you so much : you saved firefox on my computer ^_^

thanks a lot again

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