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Get Client Date Using ASP.Net

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I want to get the client's date and time by running some JavaScript from Global.asax then storing the results in a cookie.   How can this be done?
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This looks good, but how do I run this code from Global.asax?
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Its not possible to execute javascript from global.asax page. You can execute javascript from the page in register start up scripts.
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Can you provide an example?
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