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IIS_PROFILING_TIMEOUT_IN_SECONDS profiler max duration

App Service Diagnostics – Profiling an ASP.NET Web App on Azure App Service

https://azure.github.io/AppService/2018/06/06/App-Service-Diagnostics-Profiling-an-ASP.NET-Web-App-on-Azure-App-Service.html#:~:text=It%20is%20possible%20to%20increase%20the%20default%20profiling%20duration%20by,to%20the%2060%20second%20value.

Article mentions "IIS_PROFILING_TIMEOUT_IN_SECONDS with a maximum value of 900" and .NET profiler will default to 60 seconds if value is over 900.

My results instead is:
ASP.NET V4.7

IIS_PROFILING_TIMEOUT_IN_SECONDS = 600 (10 minute profiler duration seems working)
IIS_PROFILING_TIMEOUT_IN_SECONDS = 900 (seems to default to 60 seconds instead, not working)

Can you kindly confirm correct max duration or maybe update the doc if it is outdated. Thank you.

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