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Default WebUIValidation.js issue

I am using my XP box to develop before putting on our server. For some reason only my box is having the issue. I tried uninstalling and reinstalling iis, .net, VS 2003, and all the suggestions on the NET, but something is "hosed" on my PC. The ultimate solution is to migrate these old apps to 2.0. In the meanwhile, while I do testing I have to do the below suggestion with a slight modification:

Obviously hard coding this is not optimal; and it is a cached in "Temporary Internet Files" so check (settings > view files from IE) to see what you have. Deleting everying in IE didn't help either.

It also causes a duplicate window to open.

Anyway, too much wasted time, so the next step is to migrate...when I find time.


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I use windows XP and can not see personal web manager!

I have a similar issue when working through a sun proxy.
I put the following code in web.config to resolve it:

<webControls clientScriptsLocation="aspnet_client/system_web/1_1_4322/"/>
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Default WebUIValidation.js is not adding in IE10

Hi All,

I am going through a very weird problem. On one of my page I have asp.net validators and I am using ASP.Net 1.1. Till now my application validators was working fine but when I try to run my application in IE10 then WebUIValidation.js file is missing and because of which validators are also stop working.
Currently this file is residing under C:\Inetpub\wwwroot\aspnet_client\system_web\1_1_43 22\webuivalidation.js. I am not able to understand if this file is getting added in earlier version of IE then why not in IE10.
One more thing, under the same folder I have smartnav.js file as well, but this is getting added perfectly fine in IE10.
Please help if anybody have any idea on this. Its URGENT!

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