How we did for AWS, on Azure I think should be pretty the same: Create test1 page that will display server name(CD1, CD2, etc.) and put information to session: trigger some goal and save some information directly to session. For example something like: //Register goal var goalTrigger = Sitecore.Analytics.Tracker.MarketingDefinitions.Goals[{SomeGuid}]; ...


I've seen this happen with the Forms Authentication cookie before. Multiple instances of the same cookie get added and the most specific domain wins. I ended up creating a method to remove all but the first instance of the cookie from the HttpContext.Current.Response.Cookies collection. I found the first cookie in the collection to be the correct one in my ...


From the error it seems that your database server is not configured with Contained Authentication. Please execute below script on your server sp_configure 'contained database authentication', 1; GO RECONFIGURE; GO

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