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Default MSXML2.ServerXMLHTTP & https

Hi,
Well, i'm trying to write a login script using MSXML2.ServerXMLHTTP. Till now i had suceeded but when i came across a https:// i.e. secure login page, i wasnt able to post the data! So i thought that if i could use javascript to enter values and submit the form then ...... So, in a borwser (say Firefox), when a page is open if you type the following in the address bar "javascript: c=0;" it makes the var 'c', on the page, zero. Can I do something similar to a pge that i have opened through the MSXML2.ServerXMLHTTP object? If yes, how? If no, then if there any other way to get inside a secure server?

Thanks in Advance!






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