I write web applications in an office that runs Border Manager 4.7 on
its
network. Debugging is a normal part of the development process, and I
rely
on error messages to indicate the source of errors while I work.

Unfortunately Border Manager has a tendency to suppress some error
messages
and instead throw up the Border Manager "Enhancing Your Internet
Experience" page. These pages are a real nuisance; it takes ten times
as
long to debug without any clue what the problem is.

I'm writing and testing code directly on my own hard drive, which has
a
testing server loaded on it. Is there some way to tell Border Manager
to
lay off when I'm running code on my own server? What's a good way
around
this problem? It's quite a headache. Thanks for any insights.

For what it's worth, I'm running ColdFusion 6.1 Developer's Edition on
its
own integrated web server, on Windows 2000.