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Hi

Having just moved today from Sky Broadband Fibre to Sky Fibre Max, I have been using 3 computers and have had no problems with logging in 3 times on the separate systems, today each time I try and log in on one computer if I am logged in on another one it automatically logs me out, I have tried using separate browsers and this is still not working, I can log into two systems if I press the log in button on both systems at the same time.

 

any help appreciated 

 

many thanks

 

ian

 

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Hi  we did have an issue over the weekend affecting concurrent logins however I now have confirmation it has been resolved.

 

Please let me know whether you are still having the issue or not so I can investigate if needed.

 

Thanks,

 

Will

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