Implementing "Remember Me" feature on WebSphere Portal

"Remember Me" is a popular feature provided by many Web sites that simplifies the sign in process -- and provides a better user experience -- by challenging a user only once for credentials. When selected by a user upon signing in, this feature enables the browser to "remember" the user's identity on subsequent visits to the site. User credentials remain stored as cookies in the browser until either the cookies expire, or the user signs out of the site.

This article explains how you can realize the Remember Me feature on WebSphere Portal with security enabled, and shows a sample implementation of the steps involved.
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