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Old March 16th, 2006, 08:02 AM
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Just started the book and trying create an alias (Appendix B p662). How ever,'IIS Virtual Directory Management' is not listed in the dialog box. I have installed all the options for IIS from the windows xp pro disc. How ever, i am using MS visual studio 2005 Pro and not vwd expess if that makes a difference!

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.....i'm not sure if its right, but, i went into IIS through the control panel/administrative tools and set up a new virtual directory from there!





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