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Is there supposed to be a asp folder under wwwroot? If so, How do I get it there, can I just create it? or is there something to install it?
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There should not be any folders inside. There's however 2 basic asp files and they are default.asp and global.asa. You can actually create any folders yourself. Do you know that you can even make the home/working root directory not wwwroot eg c:\folder_name


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Thanks for the points but why a B grade instead of an A?

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I was thinking it wasn't that hard of a question. I can change it if you tell me how.
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It's ok though it's possible to change the grade but I think it can be quite troublesome. Thanks for replying. All the best.

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I think I will request a change of grade to EE moderators myself :)

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This sounds ok to me.
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