Version Affected: All
When using the Validate Persistent Token workflow, the renew persistent token does not do anything when using DFP as a token
This option is used for other token types. To renew the DFP, use the Method described below
DFP uses it's own settings on the workflow tab.
So, if you want the DFP to keep renewing, you set the "FP Expiration Length" to 0 so that it never expires at a set date and instead set the "FP Expiration since last access" to 30 (for example) and then as long as the User logs in sooner than that, it will update the last access time and the FP will be good for another 30 days.
This assumes that the Fingerprint field is marked as writable on the validate persistent token realm.
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