"Bryan" <com> wrote in message
> >Bryan, what do you see on the client when you do a View[/ref]
> Source? Is the
> it's windows
> have access to the
> so, then the script
> only the name is
> responded when the script
> Thank you for your reply. We can communicate through e-
> mail if it is easier. Here are my answers to your
> 1. View source shows the tags as I would expect to see
> them: <LINK
> href='\\<server>\data\sessioninfo\styles\style_<us erid>.css
> ' type="text/css" rel="stylesheet">
> src=\\<server>\data\sessioninfo\menus\menu_<userid >.js></sc
That's what I was afraid of. Why aren't you using an http:// url?
If they client can't access those files from the command prompt without
being logged in, then they won't be able to do so in the browser when not
I mean, what is the setting in web.config under <authentication>?
In IIS, right-click the web site and choose Properties from the menu. On the
"Web site" tab, at the bottom, you'll see a checkbox to enable logging (make
it checked), and a Properties button. Click the button and at the bottom of
the "General Properties" tab, you'll see where the logs are stored. Note
that times are usually GMT.