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I have page1.aspx. On this page I have a link to a pdf file and a checkbox that is disabled. When user clicks on link they get redirected to page2.aspx, which is actually a 2nd window that pops up. On this page I update a table specifying that the link was clicked and using the following code display the pdf:

Code:
 Response.ContentType = "Application/pdf"
 Response.Redirect("05. Incentive Policy.pdf")
I need to enable the checkbox on page1.aspx after the link for the pdf has been clicked.

How can I do this? I'm trying to set a cookie on page1 and then reset it with a different value on page2, and then somehow read it from page1, but this isn't working.

Thanks,
Ninel



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