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asp.net mvc -- @Html.ActionLink directory ?

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http://localhost:63802/UserRole/Index has
@Html.ActionLink("Create User", "/Account/Register", new {})
which goes to
http://localhost:63802/UserRole/Account/Register
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How can I change the
http://localhost:63802/UserRole/Index
code so it goes to
http://localhost:63802/Account/Register
without the "UserRole/" subdirectory ?
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Use the overload that accepts the controller name to use:

@Html.ActionLink("Create User", "Register", "Account")

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