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Hi,

  does the IIS webserver multi-thread or does it handle each
  web page request on a first-come-first-served queue basis ?

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I think it is session based and you can have multiple sessions at one time each requesting the same page.

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Ok so does this mean that if:

  Browser A and Browser B both request a web page at the virtually
  the same time ( let's say Browser A is a few seconds before
  Browser B's request).

  Will the IIS pick up the first request (ie Browser A) and
  return the requested webpage before processing the request from
  Browser B ?

  Or does the webserver build the 2 requested webpages at the same
  time - as it knows it is handling 2 sessions ?

  Sorry to be dumb on this one.

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