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    D DePlonty Guest

    Default OBJECT MOVED Error

    We have an extranet that we built so that one of our in-house companies can administrate their website themselves - weird thing is whenever they follow links in this extranet site they will sometimes get an interim page that says "OBJECT MOVED - follow this link to the correct page" or something along those lines.<BR><BR>The word &#039link&#039 is then hyperlinked to the correct page and when they click what they should have gotten in the first place loads correctly (on the regular computers we have, the terminal computers seem to have a problem with it).<BR><BR>Does anyone know what is the deal with this interim &#039warning&#039 page (that seems to do nothing) and how to get rid of it?

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    lagerBoy Guest

    Default RE: OBJECT MOVED Error

    If it is Response.Redirect that is causing you grief then this answer may help soothe the pain.<BR><BR>When using Response.redirect with certain browsers, you can get the Object Moved error message. One way to prevent this from happening is using response.clear first (note that buffering must be enabled):<BR><BR>&#060;%<BR> Response.Expires = 0<BR> Response.Buffer = true<BR> &#039 ...<BR> Response.Clear<BR> Response.Redirect "http://www.domain.com"<BR>%&#062;<BR><BR>This is an undocumented &#039feature&#039 of IIS 4.0 (but fully documented in IIS 5.0).<BR><BR>***************Taken from Microsoft Newsgroup************<BR><BR><BR>

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