Does ASP.net OutputCache work across user sessions?

I have a .Net 2.0 site and am investigating caching.  Using the OutputCache directive seems to work well but there is one thing I am unsure of.

Consider two website users UserA & UserB.  If UserA browses to a page with OutputCache turned on, the server executes the code caches the HTML in the page.

If UserB then requests the same page, does the server have to re-execute the page (because it is a different user) or does it use the same cached copy from when UserA accessed the page?

So I guess what I am asking, is OutputCache tied to a User Session or to the Application?
wilsonrxAsked:
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amxCommented:
Its tied to the application
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wilsonrxAuthor Commented:
Thanks amx.  I hoped thats what the answer was!
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