value, then unsets it and checks its value.
* If the method is unable to either set or unset the cookie, you will get
the error in question.
I haven't encountered any problems of the form you describe on Windows, so
I can't help much with debugging. I suggest you grab the MS script
The method to look at is cookiesEnabled in
I have no idea what side effects (if any) SessionCrumbler might have.
On Fri, 21 Oct 2005 17:06:48 -0700, Larry Pitcher wrote:
> Hi all,
> I am getting a message on my login_form page that says "Cookies are not
> enabled. You must enable cookies before you can log in."
> This happens when I try to login with IE but _not_ with FF.
> The site in question is on a Windows XP Pro box that is a member of a
> Windows domain.
> The site was built with the Plone 2.1 Windows installer and I just
> installed the Plone 2.1.1 Products and upgraded in the ZMI.
> I have substituted SessionCrumbler (SVN) for the CookieCrumbler.
> I had the same behavior before upgrading Plone and installing
> I can login to the ZMI on port 8080 without a problem in IE.
> The same IE browser can login to another Plone 2.1.1 site on a WinXP
> Home box without errors. This other site is on a box that is not a
> domain member.
> Is there some issue with login cookies and Windows domain members?
> Since all of my intranet users are using IE it is kind of important for
> them to be able to login with that browser ;-)
> I am currently working on the site with FF, but that's just me.
> Any help would be appreciated.
> Larry Pitcher
> Internet Product Manager
> Baker Boyer Bank
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