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Old June 20th, 2005, 07:27 AM
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Default Problem with IIS and website

          I have created a website using Visual Web Developer 2005. When I do "start with no debugging" the website comes up in IE. I used configuration manager to set up users etc. I then used the virtual directory wizard in IIS to set he website up and point to its physical location.
I have the website in Inetpub/wwwroot/Website1. I can bookmark the site and bring it up under IE but if only if the Visual Web Developer is running. When the NET tool is not running I cannot display the page for the website, I get page not found. Can anyone help? Thank you. Joe
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Is there a way to keep the ASP.NET development server(on port 7575) running with IIS, after shutting down Visual Web Developer 2005?

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I am taking a stab at the dark and what you are tryingto accomplish as I have had similar issues while going to .net 2.0. First, the development environment will not pull down any of your iis settings when you run it through VWD (Visual Web Developer). It is for quick testing only unless you have the info in your web.config or global files. If you have an IIS server running check the asp settings and make sure 2.0 is selected. I had that issue where it would run fine in the development environment but give me a server app error in IIS. If you app runs fine in the development environment, it should run fine in IIS. If your server is seperate from your development machine, make sure .net 2.0 is installed on it and it is selected to use that environment for rendering.
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