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ASP.net previous URL (not form post)

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This may be a stupid question but is there a way in ASP.net 3.5 to obtain the previous URL not form post?

IE: what webpage did they come from to get here?

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Request.ServerVariables("HTTP_REFERER")
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Sorry for the Delay!
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