I'm not sure if this is incredibly easy or difficult, but I've gone brain dead on how to handle it.. I have a web site where customers log in using a login/password combination. That login/password combination links them to a user_id. It not only identifies them as a valid user, but based on user_id there are many business rules defined - what types of orders they can request, what pieces of information they are allowed to see, what types of management reports they are allowed to run, etc. I have a large customer that does not want their employees to access this site from the outside world, but only via their intranet. They are afraid that if an employee quits and that employee's password is not changed that they will be able to access this sensitive data and do something destructive. Of course, asking the client to notify us upon an employees termination is not an option!! They do not want their employees to know this site exists outside of their intranet. How do I go about giving them access through their intranet rather then my standard login page?<BR>Thanks!!