|Mikey||08/28/2005 05:59 pm|
|I am having a problem downloading a password-protected website.
I use the OE internal browser to login - no problem.
I can login and browse the website using the OE internal browser - no problem.
When I try to rip the site I get a 403 Forbidden message appearing when OE encounters the login page.
What am I doing wrong?
Here`s something else I`ve noticed.
If I use Internet Explorer (SP-2) to login I can browse the website - no problem.
If I copy a link from a page within the website and paste it into a new IE window I get a 403 forbidden message.
What`s up with that?
Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.
|Oleg Chernavin||08/30/2005 07:35 am|
|The problem with separate MS IE windows is normal, because they do not share session cookies after logon. Offline Explorer always uses session cookies from the Internal browser. I think you should make sure that MS IE cookies are enabled in the Options dialog of Offline Explorer.
|Mikey||08/30/2005 10:33 am|
I`ll try what you suggested.
I`ve used this program to download other password-protected websites before - but those had the popup login prompt.
|Oleg Chernavin||08/31/2005 09:47 am|
|I see. Loading sites that have a logon form in a Web page should be simple enough with the above approach - when you logon the site first in the Internal browser and then download it.