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This topic applies to Docker Enterprise.

The Docker Enterprise platform business, including products, customers, and employees, has been acquired by Mirantis, inc., effective 13-November-2019. For more information on the acquisition and how it may affect you and your business, refer to the Docker Enterprise Customer FAQ.

If you want your Docker Trusted Registry (DTR) to use session-based authentication cookies that expire when you close your browser, toggle “Disable persistent cookies”.

Verify your DTR cookies setting

You may need to disable Single Sign-On (SSO). From the DTR web UI in a Chrome browser, right-click on any page and click Inspect. With the Developer Tools open, select Application > Storage > Cookies > https://<dtr-external-url>. Verify that the cookies has “Session” as the setting for Expires / Max-Age.

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