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A few times over the last few week or so I've come on to the MoT forum only to find that I've been logged out and have to log in again. It's no big deal as it's only happened a few times but I wondered why it's happening.
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I get this sometimes.
Do you tick the little box saying 'keep me signed in'?
Also, (having just perused the FAQ section that we now have a nice link to) there is a similar box within the User Control Panel which you can check/uncheck. Dunno if that will help.
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Not changed any security settings.

You got cookies enabled? Not deleting browsing history on exit or anything?
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I do have the keep me logged in box ticked, otherwise I'd have to log in every time

No, not cleared my cookies or anything like that, not deleting history or anything like that. Cookies are enabled.

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