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  1. Sorry, I posted this message in the wrong section the first time (I am a newbie!!!!) I used the contribution and it works beautifully on unix/mac servers. I use OS commerce with B2B suite + Virtual Mall 1.2 I have multiple users, I tested them... everything works on Mac/Unix. But... when I moved it on my production windows 2000 server with sql and php installed, the Admin pages password protected cannot be opened with a browser. You have the messages: ? Object Moved This document may be found here (with Internet Explorer) ? Safari can?t open the page ?? because it cannot redirect to locations starting with ?(null):?. (with Safari browsers) I think that this is a bug in IIS, here's what I found: BUG: Set-Cookie Is Ignored in CGI When Combined With Location View products that this article applies to. This article was previously published under Q176113 SYMPTOMS When a CGI application sends a Set-Cookie header with "302 Object Moved" response and Location header, Internet Information Server (IIS) ignores the cookie header. java script:emoticon(':blink:')Any idea on how to correct the problem? I was reaaaallly trying to set up multiple users for the admin section. Again, the code is right as it works on my Mac... just windows creates the problem... go figure... The change should be pretty easy. It is in the header.php file. But.... I am not a programmer...
  2. I used the contribution and it works beautifully on unix/mac servers. But... when I installed it on my production windows 2000 server the Admin pages password protected cannot be opened with a browser. You have the messages: ? Object Moved This document may be found here (with Internet Explorer) ? Safari can?t open the page ?? because it cannot redirect to locations starting with ?(null):?. (with Safari browsers) I think that this is a bug in IIS, here's what I found: BUG: Set-Cookie Is Ignored in CGI When Combined With Location View products that this article applies to. This article was previously published under Q176113 SYMPTOMS When a CGI application sends a Set-Cookie header with "302 Object Moved" response and Location header, Internet Information Server (IIS) ignores the cookie header. http://forums.oscommerce.com/style_images/1/icon2.gifAny idea on how to correct it?
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