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how about a .htaccess section on the site?

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you could simply add an IIS server configuration, if it has any.

I agree there should be a server config section... But I have to step in to defend Windows Servers... soley becuase no one else is doing it... Yeah Yeah security, open source, blah blah blah...Eric.... PHP? Gag me... PLEASE ASP.net with VB and especially C# is soooo much cleaner and effiecient!And ASP.net 2.0? Its the bee's knees, the Cat's Pajamas, that alone is while I'll stick with my Windows servers.
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