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<customErrors> Web.config section

The <customErrors> section of the Web.config file defines the settings for handling web application errors. 
Below is the general syntax of this section: 

<customErrors defaultRedirect="YourDefaultURL" mode="On|Off|RemoteOnly">
<error statusCode="ErrorStatusCode" redirect="YourRedirectURL"/>

The attribute mode defines how custom error handling works and can be one of the following 3 options: 

On: Enabled
Off: Disabled
RemoteOnly: Enabled only for remote clients (requests coming from the local machine are not handled by these custom error settings). 

You can use the <customErrors> Web.config section to define how to handle particular error codes. 
Here is an example of custom handling of 404 error (File Not Found): 

<customErrors mode="On">
<error statusCode="404" redirect="Nice-FileNotFound-Page.aspx"/>
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