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How to change sorting by date on directory browsing?

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I've setup a website and virtual directory on a Windows Vista machine using IIS included with Vista.  I have directory browsing for a virtual directory enabled.  All files in that directory have the same extension and sort by date.  Currently, the most recent date appears at the bottom of this list when you browse to that directory through the website.  How do I get the most recent date to appear at the top of the page?  Change the sorting by date in other words.
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Yeah - I guess basically I have to write some sort of script since there isn't anything inherit in IIS.
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