Learn how to use the Option SafariCookiePatch config.txt directive to specify that EZproxy should use an alternate method to store its session cookie for users of the Safari browser.
Option SafariCookiePatch specifies that EZproxy should use an alternate method to store its session cookie for users of the Safari browser. This option is only required for EZproxy servers whose names end in a two-letter domain and whose names contain only two periods (e.g., ezproxy.yourlib.xy would need this, but ezproxy.library.yourlib.xy and ezproxy.yourlib.org would not).
If Safari users try to access systems with server names that fall under this restriction on which this option is not configured, they will receive a warning about the EZproxy cookie not being accepted during login.
Option SafariCookiePatch is a non-repeatable position-dependent config.txt directive.