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Hi
I have asp page that sprompt the user to go back to a login page if they have not authenticated through the login page. Once at the login page is there a way to have it so that when they enter the correct username and password that they go back to the page they were orignally on?

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Use Response.Redirect, eg: Response.Redirect("YourPageNameHere.asp")

Here's a tutorial that may be of interest: Simple ASP Authentication System: http://www.kamath.com/tutorials/tut003_auth.asp

- Adam Kahtava [http://adam.kahtava.com]
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