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Thread Aborted exception with a Thread Timer fired in ASP.NET



I'm working on an app that uses a Thread Timer in an ASP.NET application to fire of a 'scheduled' recurring task that processes some slow running IO requests in a queued fashion. The concept works fine on my dev box, but unfortunately on the live server the timer thread aborts somewhere in the processing...
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