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"Object moved to here" error message when calling a web service in Visual Studio C#

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I have a client connecting to a web service and once I make a call to it I receive the error message below.

The request failed with the error message:
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<html><head><title>Object moved</title></head><body>
<h2>Object moved to <a href="%2fccure9000%2f(S(fhn453zztcvoqa45bmfbsr55))%2fCrossFireWS.asmx">here</a>.</h2>
</body></html>

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The status of the exception says "ProtocolError"

Can anybody help me?
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by:Anil Golamari
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http://www.christopherkane.com/post/(SOLVED)-IIS-70-e28093-Object-moved-302-error.aspx

There is some information related to error and how can you fix that. So take a look at above link, hope it helps you.

Good Luck.
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This is not a redirect 302 issue.  This is an error tht I receive after I connected to the web service and after I called one of the web services methods.
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After speaking with our developers, it appears that this is a normal response as it is just an http response indicating that the url was redirected.
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