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I created a site that inheret the windows authontication and within this site I had a link that open another application use basic authontication (NT account),this application will open in another window ,when I open this application , it request me first to enter my NT account , but NT account will remain even if I close the window of this application and return to the main window.
I need to put a logout button on the application that remove this aothontication so when i enter again to this application , the logon screen must apper again ? is there a way to do this ? can I make servervariables("logon_user") = "" for example?
I'm using asp with IIS version 5 and windows 2000.
 
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try the session.abandon
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I saw somwhere a code to unlog the user.. but it's a burdain.. mainly a user should close the browser window in this case otherwise use database authentication..
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