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ASP .NET: Want to run as ASP .Net Application and not as IIS localhost

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Is there a way to run an application as ASP .Net instead as localhost using IIS?
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Question by:DistillingExperts
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1. install IIS
2. create a site and set a port (80 is default)
3. Open the site with VS
4. Open site properties (right click)
5. go to  Start Options and in Server section set to your IP address.
6. try debug (F5)


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Ivo Stoykov
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Please refer screen shot attached. IIS setting IIS setting
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