Thanks for the reply... I was reading another post here http://p2p.wrox.com/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=791
talking about "SHOW friendly HTTP errors". I de-selected the "Show friendly HTTP errors" and tried running the code again. To my surprise it worked IE5.5 and above, (and I thought it wouldn't be friendly) I'm wondering why this would allow me to browse to the correct folder instead of just not displaying the page. I also wonder what impact not having this selected will have for the other users. Basically the resultant "string" that I would send to the browser with a Response.Redirect is:
file:\\server_name\xyz_folder\ This seems to be interperted differently depending how the SHOW Friendly HTTP Errors is set. If you have any ideas, comments please let me know... Thanks again.