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Default Running an aspx file

My Aspx file is located at the location

    myserver/myfolder/myfile.aspx

And for any client to run the page One has type into the Address bar of
the Internet Explorer

    //myserver/myfolder/myfile.aspx


Is there any other easier way of doing this





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How could it be any easier? You have to have a fully qualified path to access the file. Aside from putting the file at the root of the server's website there isn't much more you can do.
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You can use your IP address to bring up the page...

http://xx.xx.xx.xx/myfolder/myfile.aspx

or you can rent a server with a domain name pointing to the server...

http://www.mydomain_name.com/myfolder/myfile.aspx

Other than that we don't know what you're asking.
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Yeah, create a shortcut for them. ;)
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How do I do that(Create a Shortcut)?

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I just meant to place a shortcut to the page on their desktop. No magic there. Right-click on the desktop and click "New" -> "Shortcut".

Type in the path.

There are other ways to do it as well, and I am not really sure that this is what you want.

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