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AuthCookies table

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    I see we recently got a new table on the database called AuthCookies. I guess this is used by the new GDPR stuff introduced recently in DNN. But how does it work? What does the info on that table mean?

    On some clients websites we see that we have there thousands of records and the table is becoming quite large.

    Should the records here be deleted from time to time? Is that done already and I just didn't find where?

    Vicenç Masanas
    Disgrafic ITec SL Banyoles - Spain

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      I had to double check, but no, it has nothing to do with GDPR. From the looks of it these are regular cookies for web authentication.
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