Online Account Access Troubleshooting Guide

Enabling Cookies

A "cookie" is a small file that a web server asks your browser to store on your computer. Your browser can return the contents of the cookie to the server when the server requests it.

Online account access uses cookies as part of its connection, but does not store any personal or account information in these. Online account access also does not cause "third-party" cookies to be created.

Please consult the documentation that came with your browser or contact the manufacturer to learn how to enable cookies.

Some browsers can be configured to allow cookies from specific domains while blocking others. In this case, your browser should be configured to accept cookies from alaskausa.org

Some browser extensions or third-party tools also have the ability to disable or block cookies. Check the settings in your browser extensions or third-party tool to ensure that they are configured to accept cookies from alaskausa.org

Online account access requires cookies during a session, but does not require that these cookies persist between sessions.