Disabling stored cookies on a browser makes some pages inaccessible to CDN administrators. This document describes how to resolve this issue.
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Disabling stored cookies on a browser makes some pages inaccessible to CDN administrators.
Stored cookies are enabled on web browsers by default. If you disable stored cookies on the browser, CDN users with administrative privileges (including those logging on with the Admin account) might not be able to access the administrative areas of the Content Distribution Manager (CDM) graphical user interface (GUI). These administrative areas include the Identification, TCP/IP, DNS, Proxy, Users, Time Zone, PC Folders, System, and Bandwidth pages.
Only CDN users with administrative privileges experience this problem. Non-administrative users cannot typically access these pages.
In order to work around this problem, enable stored cookies on your browser. For example, if you use Microsoft's Internet Explorer (IE):
Click the Tools menu, and choose Internet Options.
The Internet Options dialog box appears.
Click the Security tab, and then click the Custom Level button.
The Security Settings dialog box appears.
In the Settings list box, scroll down until you locate the Cookies option, and check the Enable check box in order to allow cookies to be stored on your computer.
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