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Default IIS 7.0-The http verb POST used to access path... is not allowed

I am attempting to develop a simple site using VS2008.
Simple is the operative word.
The site is not for commercial purposes, but for my personal education.
I am not using any of Microsoft's languages; C#,VB,C++ etc; simply some html & a few lines of JavaScript.
I am already familiar with these languages.
However I ran into a problem which I believe based on my research is a configuration issue.
Aside from displaying some basic info on the screen, I would like for the user to submit their name & email address.
When the user clicks "OK" I want the verification portion of my application (an ALERT) to remind the user either the name textbox or the email textbox or both textboxes are blank.
The logic is fine since I was able to run my code on another environment (DreamWeaver).
However when I attempt to run this code in VS2008 I get hit with :"The http verb post used to access path ... is not allowed
Based on what I have read thus far it appears the a mapping to aspnet_isapi.dll must be configured in some way.
In an attempt to learn more about this I purchased IIS 7.0: A Resource Kit.However I still have unresolved issues .
I am not certain how to configure aspnet_isapi.dll
I am not certain what file to open:machine.config,web.config, etc.
If you can offer any suggestions I would truly welcome it.

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