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Need same viewstate for same page across multiple servers

Is this possible? We have 7 webservers servering up the same content, but
each has a different viewstate. How can we make them all have the same one?
Mar 23 '06 #1
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If I remember correctly, AutoGenerate for viewstate cannot be used in a
webfarm cluster and I dont think thats changed for asp.2. These article
might help. It explains that you can either disable viewstate, or replace
it with a common seed in machine.config.



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Is this possible? We have 7 webservers servering up the same content, but
each has a different viewstate. How can we make them all have the same

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