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Default help needed

HI ALL,
I want to clarify when I request a page in http://mydomain.com in
the web browser, what is the entire storyboard before displaying the
page in the web browser in the context of ASP/IIS.

It would be very much helpful to me if anyone gives the solution

Deepak

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