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authentication:referer [2014/01/20 13:47]
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authentication:referer [2015/10/13 11:33] (current)
James Welton
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 It is possible to control your access to 123Library by Referer or URI. Users who come immediately from a specified link will be automatically logged in to your 123Library account. It is possible to control your access to 123Library by Referer or URI. Users who come immediately from a specified link will be automatically logged in to your 123Library account.
  
-For example, you might have a link to an ebook or your "/mylibrary/" ​page (or indeed any page on 123Library) on your intranet at pages like this:+For example, you might have a link to an eBook or your /mylibrary/” page (or indeed any page on 123Library) on your intranet at pages such as this:
  
   * http://​my-university.ac.uk/​library/​an-ebook-page   * http://​my-university.ac.uk/​library/​an-ebook-page
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 Any user clicking a link to 123Library from a page that begins "​http://​my-university.ac.uk/​library/"​ would then be automatically logged in to your account and identified as coming from your institution. Any user clicking a link to 123Library from a page that begins "​http://​my-university.ac.uk/​library/"​ would then be automatically logged in to your account and identified as coming from your institution.
  
-Such users will be [[anonymous]] unless they either have a [[personalisation cookie]] or until they login to their [[personalised account]].+Such users will be [[anonymous]] unless they either have a [[personalisation cookie]] or until they log in to their [[personalised account]].