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Request.serverv ariable("Logon_ User") giving problems

Request.serverv ariable("Logon_ User") working perfectly
well returning the NT userid on one asp page but
returning an empty string on the other asp page though
both the asp pages are in the same directory. This
directory has Anonymous access and Integrated Windows
Authentication enabled in IIS
Nov 19 '05 #1
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