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Third-Party Cookies and Telerik Platform

Telerik Platform requires that your browser allows third-party cookies. When Telerik Platform detects that your browser blocks third-party cookies, it prompts you to allow third-party cookies.

On a Mac or iOS system with Safari, third-party cookies are disabled by default.

Third-Party Cookies

By definition, third-party cookies belong to domains different than the domain that the address bar shows. Telerik Platform needs to store and use its own, third-party cookies on your system.

Allow Third-Party Cookies for the Current Session

Telerik Platform lets you enable third-party cookies for the current browser session and the currently accessed tool or service only. In your browser window, in the prompt titled Third-Party Cookies Are Blocked click Continue to continue your work and allow the currently required cookie.

If you attempt to use another Telerik Platform tool or service that requires third-party cookies, Telerik Platform will prompt you to enable third-party cookies again.

On your next login in to Telerik Platform, you will be prompted to enable third-party cookies again.

Allow Third-Party Cookies Permanently

To avoid seeing the Third-Party Cookies Are Blocked prompt, you can manually enable third-party cookies in your browser.

Allow Third-Party Cookies in Chrome

Follow these steps to enable third-party cookies in Chrome.

  1. Select Customize and control Google ChromeSettings.
  2. Click Show advanced settings....
  3. In the Privacy section, click Content settings....
  4. Unselect the Block third-party cookies and site data check box.
  5. Click Done.

Allow Third-Party Cookies in Safari

Follow these steps to enable third-party cookies in Safari.

  1. Select SafariPreferences....
  2. Select Privacy.
  3. For the Block cookies and other website data: option select Never.
  4. Close the Preferences dialog.

Allow Third-Party Cookies in Firefox

Follow these steps to enable third-party cookies in Firefox.

  1. Select FirefoxOptionsOptions.
  2. Select Privacy.
  3. In the History section, from the Firefox will: drop-down menu, select Use custom settings for history.
  4. Select the Accept cookies from sites check box.
  5. From the Accept third-party cookies: drop-down menu, select Always,
  6. From the Keep until: drop-down menu, select they expire.
  7. Click OK.

Allow Third-Party Cookies in Opera

Follow these steps to enable third-party cookies in Opera.

  1. Select OperaSettings.
  2. Select Privacy & security.
  3. In the Cookies section, unselect the Block third-party cookies and site data check box.

Allow Third-Party Cookies in Internet Explorer

Follow these steps to enable third-party cookies in Internet Explorer.

  1. Select ToolsInternet options.
  2. Select Privacy.
  3. Click Advanced.
  4. Select the Override automatic cookie handling check box and select to accept third-party cookies.
  5. Click OK.
  6. Click OK.
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