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IIS Server Error in '/' Application. Runtime error

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Hi,

I have an IIS Server Error in '/' Application. Runtime error on my IIS webpage.
Now I'd like to set a different error? How can I do this? I need a error code (like 404) but there is none?

J.
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Hi,

check this blog and let us know


http://forums.asp.net/t/1187388.aspx/1

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Thanks! That did the job!
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