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You don't need to worry about too many forms registrations. OWA 2000 and
2003 can out of the box only differentiate properly between IE 3/4/5+ and
Netscape 4/Opera 3.20. Anything beyond would need some tweaks (did that a
while ago to make it possible to detect Mozilla 1.x/Firebird/K-Meleon - my
favorite - and Opera 7.23 but it took me a while to figure that one out ;-)
Since I've tweaked my OWA browser detection I can't say for sure how yours
will look. But to determine the correct browser type all you need to do is
look at the user agent info returned by the browser. Attached is a simple
ASP page I've been using for 5 years now to sniff browser info. Just drop it
into a folder on your server (and make sure ASP is allowed in IIS - might
not be the case in Windows 2003) and hit the page with the browser in
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