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Cookies that we use with our applications:
- ASP.NET_SessionId is essential for various parts of the website to function properly, this cookie is deleted when you close your browser
- CookieControl is essential for managing users' cookie settings
- JSESSIONID remembers information you have entered during your session is essential and is deleted when you close your Internet browser
- myAberdeenshire is used for management of myAberdeenshire account
- myAberdeenshire1 is used for management of myAberdeenshire account
- myAccountRedirectHASH is used for management of myAberdeenshire account
- myAccountRedirectURL is used for management of myAberdeenshire account
- MS-AZ-ADA is used by Azure Apps and is essential to keep a user session on the same server
- SVT is essential for management of myAberdeenshire account
- _RequestVerificationToken_ is essential for anti forgery token
- ASP.NET_SESSIONCOOKIEAberdeenshirePaylinkXMLUI_SessionId is essential for payments application
- BIGipServerCFS_HTTP is essential for payments application
- BIGipServerPOOL_A5 is essential for payments application
- BIGipServerPOOL_A7 is essential for payments application
- lc_sso is essential for our online chat (please note this cookie has an ID number appended to the end)
- onlineCoreForms is used on our forms so the information you input is passed from one form step to another (please note this cookie has an ID number appended to the end)
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Google Analytics sets the following cookies:
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- __gat manages the rate at which page view requests are made
- __gid registers a unique ID that is used to generate statistical data on how the visitor uses the website
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