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OK, this has to be msec, but in some docs it is sometimes mentioned as seconds.

Thoughts?

(UOM is units of measure, e.g. "seconds" or "milliseconds" or whatever)

screen shot of IIS Manager

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Yes it is milliseconds.

The output of this command shows msec as unit:

appcmd list requests /elapsed:100

REQUEST "b00000008000005d" (url:GET /test.aspx, time:359 **msec**, client:localhost, stage: ExecuteRequestHandler, module:IsapiModule)
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