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An old question for sure, but answered here: http://serverfault.com/a/579180 The value of this counter is the number of milliseconds that the most recent request spent waiting in the global queue. This does not include any time the request spent waiting in the application queues. The threshold for this counter is 1,000.


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After a lot of trys we noticed that telnet conection to the webservice was failing. We check the router config and the port 80 was blocked.


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The only thing related to sessions, is the state-less nature of Azure VM's. This means that you could possibly lose one of the more popular ways of storing a session state. From the article you linked: The most frequently used provider is the in-process memory provider, which stores the state in the memory of the web server it is running on. It relies ...



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