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mixed sessions in IE 8 IIS 6

Discussion in 'Internet Explorer' started by PeterR, Jan 4, 2010.

  1. PeterR

    PeterR Flightless Bird

    I got a problem with IE 8 (8.0.6001) - I am working with some recent
    installed MS 2003 Server - all patches updated.

    I am working with some database content updating - when opening two
    independant IE 8 browser (it is not just two tabs in the same browser) -
    working in more or less the same updating procedure in both browsers and on
    the same website (IIS 6.x on anoter 2003 server), but different content i
    each browser - it seams that the IIS 6.x or IE 8.x can not split the content
    to respective browser sending the request, but mix both sessions in both
    browsers - and by that updates goes wrong - it seams that all sessions are
    seen/treated as one session.

    Anyone experienced this too, having a solution, a matter of settings
    somewhere, or .... ?

    thanks and best regards Peter
     
  2. PA Bear [MS MVP]

    PA Bear [MS MVP] Flightless Bird

    CrystalBall© sez...

    IE File | New session


    PeterR wrote:
    > I got a problem with IE 8 (8.0.6001) - I am working with some recent
    > installed MS 2003 Server - all patches updated.
    >
    > I am working with some database content updating - when opening two
    > independant IE 8 browser (it is not just two tabs in the same browser) -
    > working in more or less the same updating procedure in both browsers and
    > on
    > the same website (IIS 6.x on anoter 2003 server), but different content i
    > each browser - it seams that the IIS 6.x or IE 8.x can not split the
    > content
    > to respective browser sending the request, but mix both sessions in both
    > browsers - and by that updates goes wrong - it seams that all sessions are
    > seen/treated as one session.
    >
    > Anyone experienced this too, having a solution, a matter of settings
    > somewhere, or .... ?
    >
    > thanks and best regards Peter
     

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