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Default Isapi_rewrite in shared hosting

I am workin on a aspx site hosted on shared hosting on appliedi.com with isapirewrite enabled.

The site structure is WWWROOT->WEBSITE->FILES If i am right, all rewriterules go in to htaccess file. Now one such file is present in WWWROOT Folder, one in WEBSITE

My questions,
1. which htaccess actually works
2. When i see both files there are just rules HTML to HTML, but still when an html resource url is request, the aspx page is rendering the output, where exactly is redirection happening.
3. Even if I delete both the files, there is no change in redirection
4. Even pages are outputting .aspx links in their page output, all the links are magically being converted to .HTML

Please help me understand it





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