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Default Setting cookies in code

I'm working on an application that involves obtaining a value (through a logon procedure) from the server, then setting a cookie with that value. I'm using the WebBrowser control in the application, and for the life of me, I can't figure out how to properly set a cookie.

I can read cookies in from the site on request, but that's not the issue, nor is that how I obtained the value from the server. This is pure VB 2008 code, and frankly, I'm stymied.

Any help would be appreciated.

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I haven't tried this, but here's my thought.

Cookies are (usually) text files with the name of the websites as the file name. You can create that through normal text routines.

As I understand it, if there is a file present where cookies are, with the name of the website that you are making a Request to, the cookie's contents are automatically sent along to the server as part of the request.

Perhaps if you describe the process step by step, more of a solution will become apparent.

Client running Webbrowser ctl requests . . . (and so on)
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