IN GLOBAL TEACH
General terms and conditions
Cookies are small text files that are stored on your computer. By means of these files we can track whether your terminal device has already communicated with our pages. By reading the cookies, we are able to design our websites appropriately for you and make it easier for you to use the pages (e.g. by entering your preferred language settings the next time you visit our website).
Global Teach Cookies
Third party cookies
Deactivation and deletion of cookies
ASP.NET_SessionId --> technically necessary cookie
This cookie is used to create a session ID. This "session" is an area on the server that can be used to store the status for this session between https requests. This ensures that the logged-in user can always be uniquely identified and can only ever edit "his" areas.
SuiSessionId --> technically necessary cookie
This cookie is used to create a session ID when the student user interface (frontend) of the LMS is used. It is set when a user is redirected to a page after login and is deleted when a user logs out of the system. This cookie ensures that the logged-in user can always be uniquely identified in the front-end, so that this user can, for example, only launch content for which he or she is authorized.
SuiLanguage --> technically necessary cookie
This cookie is used to remember the last language used by the user in the LMS.
This cookie ensures that the logged-in user is always provided with the frontend in the last selected language.
SuiAuthentication --> technically necessary cookie
This cookie is used to allow the user to access pages beyond the login screen (GT Frontend). It is deleted as soon as a user logs out. This cookie is e.g. necessary for authentication against SSO (SingleSignOn) and for accessing content via the content host (eLearning)
SuiLoginDomain --> technically necessary cookie
This cookie is used to maintain the domain name when a user logs on to the LMS. It is retained so that it is retained as the domain name when the page is called again.
This ensures that the logged-in user can only move within their domain and cannot access another domain.