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How can I keep cookies for specific websites when I close FF?

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Hello, I am trying to get FF to keep some cookies for intranet sites, so that I dont need to login all the time when I open some sites on the intranet. Currently I have: Cookies&Site Data: Delete cookies and site data when Firefox is closed, An entry in "Manage Exceptions" for each server address (e.g. https://host.domain.tld) with "Allow". Privacy&Security: Use custom settings for history, Clear history when FF closes, in "Settings" everything ticked. But I still need to login on all sites after I closed FF.

How can I avoid this logins everytime I open a site?

Hello, I am trying to get FF to keep some cookies for intranet sites, so that I dont need to login all the time when I open some sites on the intranet. Currently I have: Cookies&Site Data: Delete cookies and site data when Firefox is closed, An entry in "Manage Exceptions" for each server address (e.g. https://host.domain.tld) with "Allow". Privacy&Security: Use custom settings for history, Clear history when FF closes, in "Settings" everything ticked. But I still need to login on all sites after I closed FF. How can I avoid this logins everytime I open a site?

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That can't happen unless you turn on AutoFill/AutoSave to save the login. Beyond this open closing a Browser Edge, Chrome, Firefox will log you out from sites you logged into.

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christian.joelly said

Privacy&Security: Use custom settings for history, Clear history when FF closes, in "Settings" everything ticked.

This might not be the only issue, but: You need to allow Firefox to keep "Site settings" or else it will erase your exceptions list, too.

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