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suppose the user is opening the course page to see course info i want to chck that if the user is login then user can access page else it goes to loginpage through " Response.Redirect("Login.aspx");" first login then revert to the page from where it goes to login page by using this Response.Redirect(Request.Cookies["path"].Value.ToString()); but it is not working it is giving the error that Object reference not set to an instance of an object.

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I don't know ASP but I know what your issue is. You need to instantiate the object before you can use it. I'm guessing it's the response Response r = new Response(); (use response properly of course)

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