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unable to configure IIS to run ASP.Net application

Posted on 2008-06-11
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Hello Experts,
I have recently downloaded .Net Framework 3.5 on Window 2003 Server and I have copied a working ASP.NET application on it for testing. And it did not work.
Every time I hit the default.aspx page I am getting the default Runtime Error.
Can someone help me in fixing this issue please?
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Although I have the defualtErrors mode =off it still showing the same error message, please can you look into this
http://213.253.134.41/netsity/ptm/default.aspx
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Hello newbie27,

Do you have it set to "off" or "Off" it is case-specific I am afraid.

Regards,

TimCottee
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Hello TimCottee,
Yes I have done it correctly, however I just noticed that even the html page is not been served by IIS

http://213.253.134.41/netsity/ptm/test.html

can you please let me know why?

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Could you remove the web.config file from this website or all .net pages and then try to browse html test page? I doubt problem is due to web.config.
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