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Directory.Exists(path) always returning false!!

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Hi, do someone has any idea why Directory.Exists(path) always returning false? I use File.Exists(filepath) successfully but  Directory.Exists always returns false! Per this thread: http://forums.asp.net/p/943219/1132652.aspx they claim its a permission issue, the auther changed the impersonation of his account and it works, how can I change the impersonation of my account? I tried     <identity impersonate="true" /> but still have the smae problem!
Any suggestion?
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