I'm having a problem with session data. I have a login setup which holds the 
user ID and password in the session data once the user has initially logged 
in. When the user goes to a new page or accesses a pop up window the users 
session data is validated against a list of IDs and passwords held on the 
system rather than forcing them to log in each time. As far as I can work 
out this is fairly standard stuff for this sort of process. It works fine in 
Firefox but is very inconsistent when used in IE 7. On occasions when a new 
page is accessed the users is forced to login again. The reason for this 
appears to be that the variables in which the ID and password are stored 
don't exist. I have a whole load of trace code which gives me various 
information and session ID is apparently being picked up correctly. The 
weird thing is that if you reload the page it will then work correctly. I 
have tried adding session_write_close as I thought the data was not being 
written out correctly during the initial login. This code has been developed 
in eclipse using an Apache web serve and works just fine in this 
environment. I am trying to deploy it to an IIS serve to which I only have 
limited access and cant debug it in this environment. 

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