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    I added a check to authenticate the session at the beginning of each admin module. If not authenticated it forces a new log-in. This seems to have corrected the problem from what I can tell so far.

    Punch cards... ah, the good ole days? Dropped program decks were lots of fun... Computers with no tape drives... IBM 1401 Autocoder. Yep, they were fun times!

    Again thanks for your insight and assistance.

    I think this thread can be closed.

    jdadwilson

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    Glad to hear it works.

    We typically don't close threads (maybe someone else has a question), but you can mark it as "Resolved", by editing your post (in "advanced" mode). But I'll do that for you this time.
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