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Postback always false on rewrite

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HI,

I an having a problem with postbacks using url rewriting and ajax. I have two application using url rewriting, one works fine and the other doesnt. The only difference is that one is using AJAX.
I am using UrlRewriting,Net.

Has anyone ran into this problem? Any clues?

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