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Session Works in FireFox but not Internet Explorer

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I developed a small website recently, and I am noticing that in Internet Explorer, the session doesn't seem to work properly. When I click a button with auto-postback it seems that the session is cleared, however in Firefox it works as expected...any ideas on how to correct this?
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It almost sounds like a session cookie issue.  Do you have cookies enabled for the domain you're using in IE?
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