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ASP .NET Web Application Administration Tool Location

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Does the source code for the ASP .NET Web Application Administration Tool reside on the local machine? I have search the file  system on my local machine and can't find it. I am assuming that it uses a port on my machine to go out to another location to get it. However, I wanted to verify. Does anyone have a template for a similiar site? I am trying to create a site with the siiliar layout for my intranet.
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You can locate the files of the web site in:
%windows_directory%\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\ASP.NETWebAdminFiles
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Thanks! I was looking all over my file system for that.
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