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Can't Find the content rotator file for asp

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I have look all over the world (Internet) trying to find the controt.dll "content rotator" for active server page. Can someone please provide me with the EXACT location to download this file. Please do not write www.microsoft.com/iis or sitebuilder. I need the exact location.
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It can be found at:

http://www.the-roadhouse.com/
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Thanks for your help.


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