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programmatically sign in and parse html web page?

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I need to parse pages from a web site.  The site uses ssl and asp.net.  The site first ask for username and password.  Once entered, it goes to the page I'm interested in.  Then I need to change a query string variable and parse the new page.  And Loop that.

How do I send the username & password and get the html code?

Rick
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This is a sample of submitting a form with the web browser control
http://renegademinds.com/Default.aspx?tabid=47
the html code can be gotten by referencing the webbrowser1.document
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