Disabling Third-Party Cookies

If you use first-party cookies, you may want to disable the third-party cookies that are set by Webtrends Analytics 9 or SmartSource Data Collector. Although setting both first-party and third-party cookies may seem unnecessary, there are several reasons that you should consider using both.

Webtrends uses third-party cookies for the following purposes:

Disabling Third-Party Cookies for Webtrends Analytics 9

You can prevent Webtrends Analytics 9 from setting third-party cookies for all hits by editing your data source and adding the following line to the JavaScript tag:

DCS.dcscfg=1;
Disabling Third-Party Cookies for SmartSource Data Collector

You can prevent SmartSource Data Collector (SDC) from setting third-party cookies.