troubleshooting Question

Making an HTML AutoLogin script, can you spoof the referring page?

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I am trying to make an AutoLogin script from the HTML source of the page where you'd actually log in.

I've done this with a few other things that I have to log into regularly, however, in this case it gives me the following error after the info is submitted:

You cannot log on using your browser's Back key. To log in as another user or to log off, you must log out first.

Is there a way to make the page behave as if it were being run from the actual address?

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