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extend time out expired for aspx page

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I have an aspx form for people to fill out, I would like to extend the time out expired of the form to 90 minutes so people have enough time to fill out. How do I do that?
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- Administrative Tools, and then click Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager
- Local Computer -- Web Sites -- Default WebSite -- Properties
- WebSite tab -- Connection TimeOut (enter value) -- Click Ok
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I don't want to do for the whole web site. I want to do it for each page separately.
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