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aspx Pages Showing 404's in IIS6

Posted on 2011-02-25
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I have migrated some aspx pages onto a new box, but when I request them using the folllowing I get a 404:

http://<serverIP>/<websiteroot>/<asppage>

I can request the pages like this on the old box so not sure why this would fail on the new one..? I'm wondering if it could be compatibility with IIS6 (as was on IIS5 previously), but how would I test this.
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make sure your version of ASP.NET is allowed in the Web Service Extensions tab in IIS Manager.

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It appears ASP.net files are not there by default, thanks
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