I have a web server. I added two website to it. The issue I have is that I can see the directories as well as the websites. Example below:
- Directory for Website 1
- Direcotry for Webiste 2
- Website 2
I do not want to see "Directory for Website1" or "Directory for Website 2" displayed. I have mywebsite.com pointing to: "C:\websites\mywebsite.com".
Directory browsing is disabled. The issue is that the websites that I am putting under:
are displaying in my IIS7 -> myoders.net. I only want to see the websites listed not any the application folders. (The application folders are the ASP.NET websites but don't want to see them just the Applications)
I've attached a snapshot. I don't want those 2 dirs displayed in IIS7 which is diff than directory browsing I believe.
So from a client computer, you can browse to 'http://your-website/directory-name' and see the contents? If so Directory Browsing *must* be enabled. Double check it's disabled for the site and then also
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