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Default Querystring problem the \ character not passed.

I'm trying to pass a parameter value to another .aspx page via a querystring. The record in the db table looks something like this \\blah\blah\blah. The value that gets passed looks like this \blahblahblah. So basically the \ is not getting passed.
I noticed that if I DON'T use the javascript to open a new window when clicked, the value gets passed correctly. Thanks in advance.

Here's what my querystring looks like:

 
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   <asp:Hyperlink runat="server" Width=150 Font-Size=8 Text="Delete Restricted Files"
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    NavigateUrl='<%# "Javascript:var PopUpWin = window.open(""deletefiles.aspx?id=" & DataBinder.Eval:((Container.DataItem,"unc_path") & "&username=" & DataBinder.Eval(Container.DataItem, "username") & ""","""",""status=no,width=400,height=100"")" %> ' ID="Hyperlink1"/>
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