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Need Help with Website Sessions Expiring or a Time out.

Posted By:      Posted Date: December 04, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net

I work for Motorcycle Market, a company that sells Motorcycle Parts and Motorcycle Accessories. We are on IIS 7 and SQL Server 2008.  The problem is after a certain period of time or if an IIS reset takes place, the very first time the website is opened from any url besides the homepage url [ Motorcycle Accessories ], the website gets redirected to the homepage.  Here are some examples to explain further:

An IIS Reset is done.  If you click on Motorcycle Parts in this post or you copy and past any url into IE or Mozilla, http://www.motorcyclemarket.com/harley-davidson-0-d3.aspx, the website gets redirected to the home page.  Then if you enter this or any url back directly into the browser, http://www.motorcyclemarket.com/harley-davidson-0-d3.aspx, it takes you to the correct page.

After a certain time period, if no users are searching the website, and I am not sure what this time period is, it happens randomply throughout the day, you click on any link,

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