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What were these sessions going to do?
Not sure why you might want to do this but I think it may be possible doing a screen scrape against the url with the app you want to create the session on.
Essentially you would need a page the client hits, that would then do a cfhttp call to the app where you want to create a session. The cfhttp return will contain a structure and you should have a new cfid and cftoken on there. do a <cfdump var="#cfhttp#"> to see what's in there. You'd grab these to values out of the return and do a cfcookie and set the cfid and cftoken values to the values you grabbed out of cfhttp.
I've never done this before, but I don't see off hand why it wouldn't work. If the cfcookie thing doesn't work you may try a cflocation addtoken='no' and and a url the specifies the cfid and cftoken from the cfhttp call.