GDPR non-TCF Vendor List Advanced Settings

Admin access or Domain access to property (property group) with feature access to vendor list management.

The Advanced Settings modal for a GDPR non-TCF Vendor List allow a user to configure settings that will applied to the entire Vendor List. In this article, we will cover how to navigate to the Advanced Settings modal and provide an overview for each setting.

Navigate to the Advanced Settings of an existing GDPR TCF v2 Vendor List by clicking GDPR on the top navigation bar and selecting Non IAB from the dropdown menu.

Navigate to an existing GDPR non-TCF Vendor List on the subsequent page and click Edit inline with the Vendor List name.

Click *Advanced settings*.

Use the subsequent modal to edit the Advanced Settings for the GDPR non-TCF Vendor List. Click Apply Changes when finished.

Advanced Setting Glossary

In this section, we will define the individual configurations possible in the Advanced Settings of an GDPR TCF v2 Vendor List.



Auto Add New Vendors

Automatically adds newly discovered vendors on your properties to the Vendor List.

Note: Only available for organizations with the Vendor Scanning and Categorization feature.

Write 1st Party Cookies to Root Domain

Ensures that consent data is written to the root domain of the property (./ This is useful for properties that utilize subdomains so that the data is shared across all subdomains.

Write 1st Party Cookies from the Server

Used to set first-party cookies on the site's top-level domain. It requires a domain to be setup at the same top-level domain of your site and uses CNAME to point to a Sourcepoint provided domain.

Consent Cookies Expiration

The length of time (in days) consent cookies are valid.

Base Vendor Consent and Reject Actions on Vendor Grants

Vendor grants inform a publisher whether a vendor has been granted consent for all the purposes for which they are asking consent. Generally, this setting is used to manage custom vendors. When enabled, the Vendor List will fire consent and reject actions based on the vendor grant.

Note: A vendor grant only returns a true value when an end-user consents to all purposes for which your organization is requesting. If an end-user consents to only some of the purposes, the vendor grant will return a false value.