Guessing...<BR><BR>No...<BR><BR>Session.Abandon will lose the session. Next time a page is requested, they will have a new Session ID. However Session.Contents.RemoveAll will just remove your user-defined variables inside the Session object. They will have the same ID when they return back again...<BR><BR>Craig.
Again, I'm guessing that's the case. It depends if it stores the session ID as part of the contents of the session object, and if it's read/write (which I doubt).<BR><BR>I guess that's a pretty good analogy, yeah.<BR><BR>Craig.