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How do I prevent the first asp.net page loading slowly?

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After I start IIS the very first page to load on my website takes about five minutes (I think because the JIT compiler has to run through and compile all the assemblies, and I guess some other initialisation work is performed).

Is there a way to get this initialisation to occur automatically without the first visitor to the site experiencing this problem?
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You can precompile code if you are using Visual Studio full edition.  I have not gotten my express editions to do this, but maybe I haven't looked hard enough. :)

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa479044.aspx
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