FYI, Webtrends sets its own cookie. It's called "WEBTRENDS_ID", I do believe (another benefit of being completely insane and surfing with the browser prompting me with each cookie). I'm pretty sure Webtrends is just a pre-packaged version of what I'm doing now with ASP. It just stores various information in a datastore and relates that back to an ID that is held in a cookie. -- mattwarden mattwarden.com > From: "Chris Evans" <chris at fuseware.com> > Subject: RE: [thelist] IIS, Cookies and html pages > > I don't know WebTrends very well, but I believe you can do this. The key is > to assign a visitor a unique ID, set as a cookie. If you log the cookie, > you can do click stream analysis on that user and their visit. > > Analog doesn't have this capability.