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Question: How does ASP.NET store SessionIDs by default?
Answer1: In cache
Answer2: In cookies
Answer3: In a global variable
Answer4: In URL strings or in a database
Answer: In cookies

Explaination: Session Identifiers Sessions are identified by a unique session identifier that can be read using the SessionID property. When session state is enabled for an ASP.NET application, each request for a page in the application is examined for a SessionID value sent from the browser. If no SessionID value is supplied, ASP.NET starts a new session and the SessionID for that session is sent to the browser with the response. SessionID values are stored in a cookie, by default, but you can also configure your application to store SessionID values in the URL for a "cookieless" session
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