I'm attempting to use global.asa in a virtual directory (not root). When i use the global.asa file in the root (inetpub) directory it functions properly. Why doesn't it work in another virtual directory? Isn't each virtual directory viewed as a separate application by the server? Is there something i have to do to inform the server that's its another application and force it utilize the vitual directory's global.asa file?<BR><BR>thanks.