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Default Chapter II Problem about the URL

When I try to use .NET Framework Class Browser, I do as the book tells me. Type "http://localhost/quickstart/aspplus/samples/classbrowser/cs/classbrowser.aspx",explorer then shows the error page.
I check the categories to find that the file,classbrowser.aspx,is in the category "E:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio .NET 2003\SDK\v1.1\QuickStart\aspplus\samples\classbrow ser\cs" in my computer, not in the local disk C.
what's the right URL I should use as to show the .NET Framework Class Browser.

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