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How can I set Cookies to identify that machine

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 20, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net


I tried to set a Cookies by Response.Chookies("chookie1") into a user's machine and found difficult to get the Cookies by Request.Chookies("chookie1"). I think that is because the person used various cs(User-Agent) (browser names?). Here are some of them:


In such case, how can I set Cookies to identify that machine?

Thanks a lot for any suggestions.

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