Hi Jon, On Fri, May 17, 2002 at 05:08:08PM +0100, Jonathon Thomas wrote: > The problem I'm having is that I'm unable to handle requests for > non-existent pages correctly. Although my default.asp is able to output > something like "page not found", I can't work out how to actually send a > "404 Not Found" status/header to the client. Currently, every request > serves a standard "200 OK" status which is obviously not what I want. Sounds like the server is sending back exactly what it should do - the browsers requests /default.asp which exists, so it sends back a 200. I'm not an expert on IIS but how about redirecting to a page that doesn't exist if someone requests a non-existant page? That will mean the server sends back a 302 for the redirect, and then a 404 for the page it tries to redirect to. Not perfect, but better than a 200? Just an idea. Anne -- But if I find you and I Really meant that last goodbye, Then I'm gonna laugh so hard, I'll cry.