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Add aspnet user with write permissions there - windows seven

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hi experts
i need do
 you must give write permissions on that folder to the user under which aspnet process is running.  In your development machine it should be aspnet user. Right click on Logs folder, go to Properties, Security Tab. Add aspnet user with write permissions there.

I am using windows seven ultimate, i attached the file.
as it is called aspnet user on this system?, I CAN NOT FIND
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ASPNET user would exist in windows XP, but possibly not in windows 7. Try adding write permissions for the "NETWORK SERVICE" account instead.
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it is OK
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