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Cookies in use on this site

Name Description Expiration
AWSELB Used by app.getsitecontrol.com. Associated with the Amazon Web Services Elastic Load Balancing functionality and helps route the client request on the server. 1 day
_RequestVerificationToken Anti-forgery token When the browsing session ends
_gat Google Analytics – Used to throttle the request rate on collected analytics 10 minutes
_gu Google Analytics 10 years
_gs Google Analytics When the browsing session ends
_gw Google Analytics 1 year
sc_expview Associated with the Sitecore Content Management System. When the browsing session ends
SC_ANALYTICS_GLOBAL_COOKIE Associated with the Sitecore Content Management System – Used for web analytics to identify repeat visits by unique users. When the browsing session ends
RSESSION Tracking used to identify which server a user’s requests are being served from. When the browsing session ends
.ASPXAUTH Used to identify a logged-in user to enable access to secure areas of the site. When the browsing session ends
 ASP.NET_Sessionid Session identification When the browsing session ends