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Hi Imar,

When I followed your book's instruction to configure asp.net by running the command 'aspnet_regiis -i', I got an unspecified error 0x80004005. What's causing it? Thanks for your help.

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Hi there,

0x80004005 errors are almost always security related. Did you run the command from an Administrative command prompt (using Run As / Ctrl+Shift+Enter on the item in the start menu?)

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Hi Imar,

No, I didn't, but I'll try. What do I do though when the User Account Control dialog pops up (I'm running Window 7)? Should I just click 'Yes'? Thanks for the help.

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Yep. Windows wants to know you're really an admin, and not a virus.... ;-)

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Hi Imar,

When I run inetmgr in the Try It Out Exercise and get to Default Web Site, I don't see the Properties option when I do a right-click on it. I'm running Windows 7 Home Edition. Please help. Thanks.
 
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Which Home edition of Windows 7 do you use? You need at least the Home Premium edition.

Also, which which step / page number are you working on?

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Hi Imar,

I've the Home Premium Edition. The Try It Out exercise is 'Configuring a Site with Windows XP or Server 2003' on page 647. And I was on Step 3 of page 648.
 
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Ah, I see. The instructions in the book are targeting an older version of IIS, while Windows 7 uses IIS 7.x.

For this to work, right-click the site, choose Manage Web Site | Advanced Settings. There you can set up the root folder.

Since the instructions are quite different, you may want to visit www.iis.net and learn a bit more about setting up IIS 7. (Or get a copy of the 4.0 version of my book as it targets Windows 7 / Server 2008 ;-) )

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