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is it possible to nest my App_Code directory (where I keep my classess) inside another directory.

This would really help with organisation on IIS
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if you create a separate Class Library you could keep all your classes in there.  This would then reside inside your BIN folder.

You could create a Web Application Project where ther is no need for the App_Code folder.

But in answer to your question, to my knowledge, NO -lol, the App_code must reside in the application root.

Cheers,

Andrew
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