Lists (excuse the double-post on both eVolt and WDL in case you're subscribed to both), I'm a PHP programmer used to Apache and .htaccess files. At the moment, I'm working on a website that's hosted on a *shared* Windows server running IIS 6.0, and I need (read "would really like to have") mod_rewrite functionality. I've Googled around a bit, and most solutions suggest either installing an ISAPI filter, or switching to a hosting plan that uses Apache. Given that it's a shared server, and I only have FTP access, I don't have the proper rights to install an ISAPI-filter, and anyway, the hosting provider has indicated they won't install IIRF, IISrewrite or similar cohorts because they are reported to be unstable. Apache or Linux is not a good plan, as I'll be implementing a classic ASP back-end which was developed somewhere else. I know it's possible to use classic ASP on Apache/WIN with a little bit of fiddling, but the hosts I found supporting this use dedicated servers, which costs more than my client is willing to pay. Does anybody here have any information countering what I found so far? Thanks in advance, Rick.