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Just starting....

I have just aquired a web host, they are new to MS server.  

1. We successfully got simple.asp to run.
2. I then created the simple.aspx in VB.net (works fine on local machine)
3. Then I copied the project folder and all to the remote site. Including these files
      a.References
      b.AssemblyInfo.vb
      c.Global.asax
      d.Simple.aspx
      e.Styles.css
      f.Web.config
4. I get error message.

What are the first steps in getting a webapplication to run. What Server side file do we need to be sure to have installed?
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Hiddenattractor
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gangwischCommented:
most likely you dont have iis set for asp.net 2.0
please post the error message if you need further help!
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sandip132Commented:
you need to deploy your application DLL also. i.e. your "bin" folder.

Google XCOPY deployment of asp.net application and IIS settings.
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vbturboCommented:
Hi

I had the same problem a while ago.
Try ask your web host(provider) admin if they have your folder set up to asp.net 2.0.
Most likely it is set to net 1.1

vbturbo
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sandip132Commented:
@Hiddenattractor:

The deplyment is just simple, copy your aspx,asax(if any) i.e. your user interface pages in vitual directory and the project dll in "bin" folder. thats all.

@TheLearnedOne:

I dont know why but it happens daily on EE, people ask question and need quick help. but after some period they forgot to reply atleast once about the solution status. Normaly me and most of the answers dont answer for points but we can feel free or satisfy if we could get some reply from peoples. Anyways...
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