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I have Vista installed and I am attempting to configure the default site. Although the HD is partitioned, the OS is on c:\. I am using IIS7, VS2008 and SQL Server 2005, all running on this development machine. Had no problems installing IIS7. However, I cannot find C:\BegASPNET\Release as indicated in #4. on pg650 of the book when using the Physical Path property. I do find aspnet_client, its subdir system_web and its subdir 2_0_50727 within inetpub webroot. What am I doing wrong?

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The Release folder is created in an earlier Try It Out exercise when you're preparing a site for deployment. Take a look at page 640, bullet 3.

BTW, you're better off posting these kind of questions in the book's forum: http://p2p.wrox.com/forum.asp?FORUM_ID=386

That way, all book related questions are at a single location, making it easier for others to find similar questions and answers, like this one: http://p2p.wrox.com/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=75114

Hope this helps,

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