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Problem with Response.Redirect in .Net 4.0

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I am using VS 2010 and .Net 4.0 and when I use the Response.Redirect in code it throws an exception and craps out.  Here is the text of the exception:

Unable to evaluate expression because the code is optimized or a native frame is on top of the call stack.

I've seen a few others complaining about Response.Redirect not working in 2010 either but no solutions.

I'm simply trying to navigate to my main page after confirming the users login/password credentials.  Thank you for any and all help.
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use server.transfer("newpage.aspx", true"

instead of redirect...
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dont use redirect if you are trying user to go to another page which is on the same server with page 1

server.transfer("newpage.aspx", true)
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Thanks, very simple.
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