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Viewing ASP.NET pages developed in Frontpage 2003

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I have created a database driven ASP.NET page using the Database Interface Wizard in Frontpage 2003. I want to view these pages to ensure that they work properly, However, I do not have access to a web server. I am currently running Windows XP Home Edition so I do not have access to the Internet Information Server file hosted by Windows XP Pro. I have tried using Web Matrix to view these pages but have had no success. Does any one have any suggestions? Can anyone point me to any tutorials?

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yep, see this PAQ http:Q_20693337.html , it's pretty much the same question.

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AJ.
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