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Default Persistent Session State accross multiple pages

Hi,

I'm not sure if this is ASP or Server related, but here is what's happening...

I developed my site on Windows2000 server with SQLExpress, the live server is Windows2003 Server with SQLExpress. I have mirriored all the IIS settings and made everything as similar as possible. Both also have ASP.NET2.0 installed - even though I developed everything with Classic ASP.

The problem is that on the 2000 server, once a person is logged in, their session is persistent. That is, accross multiple pages, until timeout or logout occurs.

On the 2003 Server, once the user is logged on, I can return the value from the database to the same login page and set the session varible, but it does NOT persist accross multiple pages.

other notes:
-Yes, I have enabled session state in IIS
-The pages are identicle (uploaded from test server)

So, I am wondering if anyone else has had this problem, or if there is a fix or a workaround.

Thanks a bunch.




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