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Mike, Just following on from Glens excellent comments. > A pseudo code listing of the script of the sequence follows: > Set oXmlHttp = CreateObject("WinHttp.WinHttpRequest.5.1") > oXmlHttp.Open "GET", "http://xxxxxxx", XmlHttp_Synchronous > oXmlHttp.setRequestHeader "Content-Type", "text/xml; > charset=utf-8" > oXmlHttp.SetAutoLogonPolicy XmlHttp_AutoLogonPolicy_Always > <--enables credentials > oXmlHttp.send It's an interesting problem - a bit of a deficiency in the current trigger API that you can't really write a trigger that hooks into the credentials in any way. There'd be a few security concerns to overcome.... Technically I think it'd be quite straightforward (depending on the implementation chosen) - but with Tony, Glen and My own current workloads it's only going to happen if someone else contributes it or if a customer requests (and pays for) it. Regards, Arthur Barrett