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IE6 Form Data Loss After Back Button Pressed

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I have a HTML form which passes data to an ASP page.
If you submit the form, wait for the ASP to process and then click on the back button, it takes you back to the HTML page, but all the data is lost from the text box's.

I have a network of 15 PC's all running XP Professional and IE6 and some lose the data and some don't!!

Maybe a setting in XP or IE??? I can't work it out, there seems to be no obvious differences, even in the settings!

Anybody had this before? Know a solution?


Andy Grant

Edited by Andy_Grant2005, 28 April 2005 - 08:32 AM.

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