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Does an example exist of a website which:
     - Averages 1+ million hits per day
     - Is based exclusively on Microsoft technologies (Windows 2003, IIS, C#, C++, .NET, SQL Server and Index Server)
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@ talphius - thanks! Those were exactly what I was looking for. Funny how one person can search a big site like Microsoft and find a particular thing, but another person never can find it. (Honest, I did look at Microsoft already but missed what you found).

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No problem - I just purchased a brand new needle finder for those haystacks...keeps coming in handy.   Now if I could only afford one of those crystal balls for lottery numbers!  :)
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