Browser Id Manager - Change

Form options available are:

the browser id manager title.
Browser id name
the cookie or forms variable name used for this browser id manager instance. This will be the name looked up in the namespaces specified by "Look for browser id name in" (below).
Look for Browser Id In
choose any of Forms and Query Strings, URLs, or Cookies. The browser id name/value will be looked for within these places.
Automatically Encode Zope-Generated URLs With A Browser Id
if this is selected, URLs generated by Zope (such as URLs which come as a result of calling an object's absolute_url method) will be encoded with a browser name and browser id as the first two elements of the URL path.
Cookie path
this is the path element which should be sent in the session token cookie. For more information, see the Netscape Cookie specification at
Cookie domain
this is the "domain" element which should be sent in the browser id cookie. For more information, see the Netscape Cookie specification at Leaving this form element blank results in no domain element in the cookie. If you change the cookie domain here, the value you enter must have at least two dots (as per the cookie spec).
Cookie lifetime in days
browser id cookies sent to browsers will last this many days on a remote system before expiring if this value is set. If this value is 0, cookies will persist on client browsers for only as long as the browser is open.
Only send cookie over https
if this flag is set, only send cookies to remote browsers if they're communicating with us over https. The browser id cookie sent under this circumstance will also have the secure flag set in it, which the remote browser should interpret as a request to refrain from sending the cookie back to the server over an insecure (non-https) connection. NOTE: In the case you wish to share browser id cookies between https and non-https connections from the same browser, do not set this flag.

After reviewing and changing these options, click the "Change" button to change the browser id manager.

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