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Error 403 - DotNetNuke

Posted on 2004-04-22
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Dear Experts:

I'm trying to install DotNetNuke on a WindowsXP machine with IIS 5.1. I've modified the /NETWORKSERVICE account and /ASPNET account for the C:\DotNetNuke folder. I've also setup the virtual folder within IIS. However, I still get an Error 403 (Forbidden) when attempting to access the page. Can someone please give me the key to this problem?

Regards,
Tony
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by:Timbo87
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Did you set the directory as an Application Directory? Go to Properties of the folder in IIS Manager and set it as an application directory. (It's towards the bottom)
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It is set as an application...represented in IIS with the open box icon, instead of the folder icon.
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I answered my own question...I needed to add index.aspx to the list of start pages in the DotNetNuke site.
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