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Default Multiple browser instances

How to find out that a user is running more than one instance of a browser on the same machine?

This is necessary as the user will try to access same application with two different login names and the in-memory cookies may get shared by both these instances which we want to avoid.

Is getting an IP address of the machine will solve the problem?

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;;;How to find out that a user is running more than one instance of a browser on the same machine?
Not aware of a way, cant think of why you would want to.

I use Use Session, or transient cookies and tend to steer clear of Permanent, persistent, or stored cookies. The only reason I would use the later is to offer the 'check this box to remember your username on next visit'
http://www.aboutcookies.org/cookiefaq.asp

Get them to log in using information validated against a UN and PW stored in a database, then you have complete control.



;;;Is getting an IP address of the machine will solve the problem?
No multiple browsers on the same machine use the same IP address



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