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Hi Imar,
I carried out steps 1 to 4 and it worked, http://intranet/Webapp10/webform1.aspx
V.S.net created the pages in the correct location: d:\EmpireDevWeb\Webapp10

however i have the following error when i try to view using IE:
Server cannot access application directory 'D:\Inetpub\EmpireDevWeb\WebApp10\'. The directory does not exist or is not accessible because of security settings.

thanks for all your help

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I think that makes sense.

When you connect to that folder in VS.NET it's you that accesses the folder (the account you use to log in). Apparently, you have enough permissions, so everything looks fine.

However, when you run the page in IE, it's the ASPNET account that tries to access the folder. You have to make sure that the ASPNET account (or IWAM_MachineName if you're using .NET 1.1) has sufficient permissions to access D:\Inetpub\EmpireDevWeb\WebApp10

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thanks Imar, due to your help, i have it all working now

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