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IIS Direcorty Listing Page - Sort by Date

Posted on 2008-06-11
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Hi guys,

I have an IIS Website which uses the Directory Browsing option on a directory. By default IIS indexes the folders Alphabetically A-Z. How can i change it so that it indexes them using the Date they were created?

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meverest earned 2000 total points
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Hi,

sorry to say that it can't be done using just the default IIS.  The best way to acheive this is to write your own custom asp or .net script and set that as the default document.

Cheers.
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