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This tutorial introduces the method in which ASP.NET manages configuration information. It gives a taste of how ASP.NET configuration works. ASP.NET is a feature-rich system for developing and deploying Web sites. The features we'll see in more detail as we examine ASP.NET further include some the following:

session state;
caching content to help optimize your Web site's responses;
tracing requests;
mapping specific file extensions to custom handlers;
authenticating users;
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