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    Server Variables on CC3

    Howdy, i am trying to pull the user name of a kid from the station tehy loged on as. usually its just request.servervariables("LOGON_USER") but i am getting nothing bakc does any one know if this is todo with cc3 or do you recon its just me?

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    CC3 is essentially a mask on top of Windows Server 2003. Active Directory is still running in the background, but not what I'd consider a standard configuration.

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    I'm guessing you're talking about a web site using IIS? If so, what authentication are you using? If it's anonymous then you won't get anything!

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