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Default Permissions for Web app. files on Web server


Can anyone advise me on how permissions for “Everyone” should be setup for my ASP.NET Web application on my Web Host’s Web server, and, also, what files actually need to be uploaded to the Web server?

Here’s the layout on my Web Host’s Web server:

Level (1) Domain Name folder
Level (2) www
Level (3) My Application Project Is At This Level

Here’s the contents in my Project, and could someone tell me where I place the read and write permissions for “Everyone”. I’m confused on if I give the whole folder read and write permissions, then my confidential information can be accessed, and also, hacked by someone.

   Business Objects ~ contain class(s)
   Images ~ contain .gif(s) and .jpg(s)
   ProductImages ~ contain .jpg(s)
   UserControls ~ user controls

AssemblyInfo.vb ~ placed inside \bin on Web server

.css ~ Cascading Style Sheet file

Web.config ~ Contains login information for SQL Server (confidential)

.aspx ~ Various Web forms, etc. for presentation layer

Global.asax ~ Configuration file


Thanks to anyone who can help me. I haven’t been able to find this information fully addressed in the books I have.

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