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CookieUtilised byDescription
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SearchSessionSharePoint Microsoft Sharepoint cookie for internal use.
SearchQuerySharePointContains the last search performed on the page
FNSP.CurrentLCIDSharepointActual language of the page
SharepointThe user's preferred language. Established in relation to the language chosen by the user, so that that language will be pre-chosen the next time the user visits the website.


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