...depends what you mean.<BR><BR>"Per Session" cookies are different to "Persistant" cookies. If persistant cookies are disabled, you'll find that per-session cookies are normally enabled. They may not be though.<BR><BR>Difference:<BR>Per-session cookies hold the ASP Session ID. They're destroyed when the browser's closed. If these are enabled, session state works. If they're not, it won't. Ever. Every new page hit will have it's own (unique) session.<BR>Persistant cookies hold "cookie" data. If these are disabled, session state should not be disturbed.<BR><BR>Craig.