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ASP.net VB.net Response.Redirect New Browser

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Is it possible to get the following code line to open the page in a new browser?

 Response.Redirect("Questions.aspx")
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No as response.redirect tells the current browser session to go to the new page specified. To open a new browser window you would have to use the Window.Open method in JavaScript.
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