Hello all,\n\nI'd like to have personalized URL's in my application. For example,\n[URL]http://mydomain.com/sites/page.aspx[/URL] should be accessible via\n[URL]http://mydomain.com/sites/username/page.aspx[/URL]. I'd like to parse the URL and\ngrab the username so I can deliver the appropriate content on the page. This\nseems to be accomplished by the HttpContext.RewritePath method. I've read\nthat ASP.NET uses it to strip out the SessionID when cookieless sessions are\nturned on.\n\nUnfortunately, the RewritePath method seems to only affect the filename\nportion of the URL. For example, I can strip out the username and append it\nto the end of the URL in the form\n[URL]http://mydomain.com/sites/username/page.aspx?Parameter1=username[/URL], but the\nusername still remains in the URL, resulting in a 404 error.\n\nAny insight is much appreciated.