Last post Aug 15, 2011 07:24 AM by PKSean
Jun 27, 2005 01:02 AM|rgibson69|LINK
Jun 27, 2005 02:24 AM|aspnet_novice|LINK
I was dealing with the same exact issue this morning but finally figured it out. Right-click on the "Default Web Site" directory (or whatever you renamed this) in IIS and choose properties, then check to see if the "Scripts Only"
List Item from the Drop Down List is selected and make sure you have the "read" checkbox selected for the access permissions. If you make any changes in the dialog box and click OK then it will prompt you to ask what folder you would like to apply this to
and make sure you select the "/rob" directory and click OK.
Be sure to let me know if this doesn't work for you and I will walk you through exactly what I did when I get back to the box that I had to do this on.
Jun 27, 2005 02:11 PM|rgibson69|LINK
Jun 27, 2005 02:24 PM|aspnet_novice|LINK
Under the "Home Directory" Tab in the Default Web Site properties dialog, is "A directory on this computer" selected and is the Local Path set to "c:\inetpub\wwwroot" or wherever your "wwwroot" directory is located.
Jun 27, 2005 02:54 PM|rgibson69|LINK
Jun 27, 2005 05:38 PM|rgibson69|LINK
Jul 27, 2005 06:46 PM|rextangtw|LINK
Apr 23, 2009 09:07 PM|JGPorteous|LINK
Sep 17, 2009 07:09 PM|holycrip|LINK
THANK YOU! This last post did the trick for me.
Jun 02, 2010 07:51 AM|sistemasorp|LINK
JGPorteous, thank you. Your solution worked for me. I installed IIS on a windows 2003 server but i had problems with visual studio .net 2005 with 404 pages.
Aug 15, 2011 07:24 AM|PKSean|LINK
This fixed my problem. Thank you so much for posting. I don't know that I would have ever found such an obscure solution otherwise.