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ASP.NET only on default website - IIS6.0 !!!?

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When I add a new website in IIS6.0 I cannot use ASP.NET as the folders are missing from this newly created website how do I get ASP.NET working on this new website?
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    I assume you're talking about the aspnet_client directory with WebUIValidation.js (used for validation controls). Simply copying and pasting the whole aspnet_client directory to the root directory of all new sites should solve the problem.
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    by:CyberAdy
    Hi,

    To be able to use ASP.NET in sub-folders , right click on the folder in question under website  click home directory tab under application setting click create.

    I hope this will resolve the issue.

    Thanks and Regards,
    CyberAdy
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