First there was a link to "ftp://nameofmysite/" for downloading an application. <BR>Then I was told to do a Login.asp page so only registered users can download that application so now this link is "http://nameofmysite/Login.asp" <BR><BR>In this page I have something like: <BR><BR>if user credentials = O.K. then <BR>Response.redirect("ftp://nameofmysite/") <BR>else <BR>......... <BR>end if <BR><BR>It works but the page it shows looks different from that it would have been displayed if the user had gone directly to <BR>"ftp://nameofmysite/" and the manager doesn't like it.<BR><BR>How can I prevent it ? I noticed that if I Refresh the page it is o.k. What can I do ? Can I "simulate" a Refresh after redirecting the user. <BR><BR>By the way: Why use ftp to download an application/file ? I have noticed that Microsoft and Zdnet do not use ftp or do they ? <BR><BR>Thank you ! <BR><BR>Mihai <BR><BR>P.S. First time I posted this question to ASP.NET by mistake.