Have the page re-load itself?<BR><BR>Or, better, don't response.redirect to the default.asp page. Instead, have the logout.asp page appear in the user's browser only long enough to do<BR><BR><BODY onLoad="location.href='default.asp';"� 62;<BR><BR>
I was thinking of doin it js. :) this is really for a dotnet page. :) but i figured i'd post under the guise of asp because it's really similar, and questions in the dotnet forum are hardly answered until 24 hours or so. :) <BR><BR>was using formsauthentication... and had a logout.aspx page that would log someone out, then it would redirect to the login default.asp page... and the default.aspx page would route to the login page because user wasn't validated - and hte return url was set to logout.aspx instead of default.aspx... <BR><BR>i just put a , true after the url in the response.redirect method and it works fine now. :) thank you for your reply.