No Authorized Session Exists Error in Canvas
If you are using Apple's Safari browser and you are seeing the message that "No authorized session exists. This is most likely caused by your browser blocking third-party cookies. Please adjust your browser settings and try again." the way to fix this is by adjusting your Privacy settings in the Safari browser.
From the Safari menu select Preferences and then click on the Privacy tab.
Uncheck the option to Prevent cross-site tracking for the Website tracking setting.
Reload the page and try again.
Safari Enable Third Party Cookies
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Safari Access Restriction: Canvas is Blocking my schoolwork on Apple MacBook
To resolve access issues with third-party sites such as MyOpenMath, Testout, etc., Please disable cross-site tracking in Safari. Navigate to Safari > Preferences, click on Privacy, and ensure that "Prevent cross-site tracking" is turned off. If ...
Internet Explorer 11 - Accept Cookies
Change browser settings to allow cookies. Cookies and other similar data files are tiny pieces of information your browser stores until needed by a website. Many online account based sites require cookies to operate correctly. Step 1. Under ...
Safari 9 - Clear Cookies, Cache, Temporary Internet Files
Using the shortcut The fastest way to clear your cache is to use following shortcut: [CMD] + [ALT] + [E]. Using the Develop menu Open up safari and in the menu bar across the top click the preferences menu item. In the preferences window click the ...
Firefox - Accept Cookies
NOTE: Cookies are automatically enabled in Firefox 56. Step 1. Click the Menu button and select Content Blocking. Step 2. Select the Privacy & Security panel. This is where you can view your settings for Content Blocking, which includes ...