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Old March 31st, 2005, 10:12 AM
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Default Problem relating to Microsoft Visual InterDev 6

   My name is Mudit and I am from India.
  In Microsoft Visual InterDev 6.0,Enterprise Edition,whenever I tend to create a New Project through Web Project Wizard, I am getting the following error message when I used to click the Finish button on the last page of the Web Project Wizard to complete the process :

       Server error : Cannot create the folder "images".

 When I click the OK button on the message, the wizard terminates inadvertently.I am experiencing this problem for quite a very long time.
   Someone please help me out with the exact cause and resolution to get rid of this problem.I am sustaining lot of problems due to this error.Please send me out your reply as soon as possible to my e-mail id which is :
           I will be thankful to you for the same.


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I am having the same problem. Does anyone know the solution? Thanks for any help that can be provided.

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Has anyone found solution to this problem with Visual InterDev.
 >>>>> Server error : Cannot create the folder "images".


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      Server Error : Cannot create folder "images".

   This error occurs when either FrontPage Server Extensions are not installed or even if they are installed, then the virtual directory _vti_bin might not have been marked executable.

RESOLUTION: The resolution is as follows:

        1. Check whether FrontPage Server Extensions are installed. If they aren't then install them.

        2. If FrontPage Server Extensions are installed and even then you are encountering this error, then do the following:
 * Open Internet Services Manager.
 * Right click on the server having the problem.
 * Point to All Tasks and click Check Server Extensions.

The above resolution applies to Internet Information Services 5.0 which ships with Microsoft Windows 2000. I am using the same operating system and assuming that you are also using the same OS and
IIS 5.

   Please don't forget to write to me whether you got rid of this error or not. My Email ID is:


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