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====== Saving Session Configuration ====== ====== Saving Session Configuration ======
If you want to save your session configuration, use //Save// button on bottom of Login dialog to create a stored session. You will be asked for name of the stored session. From the drop down menu you can select name of any existing stored session to overwrite it. If you want to save your session configuration, use //Save// button on bottom of Login dialog to create a stored session. You will be asked for name of the stored session. From the drop down menu you can select name of any existing stored session to overwrite it.
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 +If you have specified a password on Login dialog, you will have an option to save it as well. However this is not recommended. Read more about [[security#stored_credentials|security when storing passwords]].
Note that even when you have already logged in, you can still [[task_connections#saving_opened_session|store the opened session]]. Note that even when you have already logged in, you can still [[task_connections#saving_opened_session|store the opened session]].
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System administrators can create [[administration|stored session that cannot be modified nor deleted]]. System administrators can create [[administration|stored session that cannot be modified nor deleted]].
-Read more about [[security#stored_credentials|storing passwords]]. 

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