C# - Share Session Between Two Web Sites Using .net And State Server?

Aug 9, 2010

I have two exactly the same web sites hosted in two different machines under IIS 7.5.
ASP.NET state service is running on my machine and the web.config is updated in both sites with the following code:

<sessionState mode="StateServer" stateConnectionString="tcpip=" cookieless="false" timeout="120"/>

The allow remote connection is set to 1 in registry in order for the second web site to access the state server.Both web sites have the same machine key:

<machineKey validationKey="7CB8DF6872FB6B35DECD3A8F55582350FEE1FAB9BE6B930216056C1B5BA69A4C5777B3125A42C4AECB4419D43EC12F168FD1BB887469798093C3CAA2427B2B89"[code]....

Additionally both sites are configured in IIS to have the same Identifier.What I want to do is that both these sites share the same session data for example being able to do the following:

// At web site 1:
Session["key"] = "value"[code]....

The problem is that I can't manage to accomplish this test and really can't understand what I am doing wrong.

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