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Hello,

I have turned on IIS from the control panel, I had IIS working since I was able to get the welcome page working.  I had an issue with my computer and had to restore to an earlier point now, IIS is still on but now I can not see the welcome page when going to local host, I am getting the following error HTTP Error 404. The requested resource is not found.

I am new at IIS so I dont know what is wrong.
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by:Robby Swartenbroekx
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Is iis running?
Is there a site listening on port 80 on the localhost or only on your real ip?
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You can remove IIS and re-add it back (I recommend you have a backup of any content you have published, although it shouldn't be necessary).
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Re-installed seemed to have soleved the issue
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