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How to set asp.net application to subfolder in Plesk

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Hello,

I have always had a hard time at it.
Im not sure if theres a way to set an asp.net application to a subfolder without creating a virtual directory.

I was told that if I go to File manager of the domain in question, click on Web Directories, navigate to the desired folder and once Im inside it I click on the asp.net icon at the top it does set that folder as a asp.net.

However in my practice it does not work.

In my case, if I create a virtual directory, it works if I address the virtual directory straight in the browser, but If I address the virtual directory from within a script, it will not run properly.

Any insight will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks

Eder
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From IIS click on the Properties tab of the website, and look for the folder setting.
Normally you can use an actual folder, and are not required to use a virual folder.
Is this a live website?  If it is, of course you should be careful about making this level of change.
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Hi Tim Sledge.

I gotta do this through Plesk Panel as we configure all domains through it.
I found out how asp.net works in Plesk and was able to resolve the issue.

Thanks for the help.

Eder
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Could you please share how you did in plesk panel??
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