Canvas: Your Browser is Blocking 3rd Party Session Cookies

Environment

Canvas
MiVideo Mediaspace
Other third party tools in Canvas

Issue

Where you expect to see a video or other third party content in Canvas, you see a warning about third party cookies instead.

Example: MiVideo warning:
It seems your browser is blocking 3rd party session cookies which are required for the Kaltura application. To resolve this issue, please update your browser settings for ChromeSafari for MacOSSafari for iOSFirefox, and Internet Explorer to allow 3rd party cookies. 

Resolution

Adjust cookie settings in your browser to either permit all cookies, or to allow the specific domains listed below.

Allow only specific domains in browsers that support this feature

Canvas settings, all campuses (Ann Arbor, Dearborn, Flint)

  • [*.]instructure.com
  • [*.]kaltura.com
  • [*.]umich.edu

Dearborn campus - additional settings 

  • [*.]umdearborn.edu
  • [*].evaluationkit.com

Flint campus - additional settings

  • [*].umflint.edu

Additional Information

For additional questions, please contact the ITS Service Center

Details

Article ID: 304
Created
Mon 4/20/20 8:13 AM
Modified
Wed 8/31/22 12:00 PM

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