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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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Question by:Hiddenattractor
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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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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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by:vbturbo
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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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by:sandip132
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@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:

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