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Old March 9th, 2004, 09:21 AM
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I am not sure I am still with you, but I'll try anyway.

If '\\intranet\$wwwroot\webapplication3' can't be found, make sure you create a valid share, and use that share in VS.NET e.g. \\Intranet\OurInetpub\Webapplication3 where OurInetpub can map to d:\EmpireDevWeb for example.

If that doesn't work:
1. Create a new Virtual Dir in IIS on the server.
2. Name the new VD WebApp3 for example, and have it map to d:\EmpireDevWeb\Webapp3.
3. Make sure that d:\EmpireDevWeb\Webapp3 is accessible, either by sharing out EmpireDevWeb, or by sharing Webapp3
4. Next, create a new VS.NET web app and have it point to http://Intranet/Webapp3. When it asks for a file location, point it to the share you created in step 3



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