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Hello,

I know this is a challenging one, so the points are high.

I am trying to access a site which requires a session cookie in order to display a page.  I am using the Internet Transfer control's "Execute" method to retrieve the page via GET.  I have been told that there is a way to send cookie information using the headers.

1)  What is a clever way to find out EXACTLY what cookie the web site is sending my browser

2)  How do I mimic this cookie using the Internet Transfer control?

Thanks.
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see if this helps:

"HOWTO: Set and Get Cookies for a URL Using WinInet APIs"
http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q196/0/62.asp
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Azra, I tried this but was unsuccessful.  Any other suggestions?
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