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Visual Studio 2008 view in browser localhost points to wrong port

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When I click the "View in Browser" button to view my page, the localhost launches with a port number that is always just 2 digits off from the correct value. Editing the URL makes it work. Browsing to the page via the local server on the task bar also works. Hosts file and .NET configuration are all normal. It appears to be a Visual Studio configuration issue, but I can't get it to work. Ideas?    
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