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ASP.Net yield only blank pages

Posted on 2003-11-06
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Hello,
   I've been experiencing issues with being able to run ASP.Net pages in one server. It has no issues serving regular ASP files, but when dealing with any .Net web content it freezes and shows an empty page. This happens with ASPX, ASMX, and any other type of .Net page.
   I know the pages work because they were compiled and run on a build machine first. But when moving them to the webserver they all cease to function. I've uninstalled and re-installed the .Net Framework (using add/remove programs, then downloading the redistributable framework and installing it). I've tried re-installing the aspnet using aspnet_iis.exe -ua then aspnet_iis.exe -i. To no avail.

Short of re-installing IIS and/or the OS is there any other suggestions or possible fixes anyone might know about?
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You can try to verify if the ASP.NET account have the execution right on the folder of the web server
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