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Posted on 2014-01-27
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My ISP is running  .Net 4.0.303 which is the same file dll which has the 4.5 framework in - they are telling me- but when I create a helloworld mvc5/VS2013 web app with no authentication I keep getting a 403/Access denied (although test.htm gets served up).
I can't work out what's going wrong, it's a shared/mediumTrust (whilst I heard that's gone now - I'm not sure if the web server and the web.config both have the same hymn sheet but that's another issue) .
I've taken all the bundle code out as that seems to be a cause, but... any ideas?
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by:Bob Learned
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What platform is the web site running on?
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Windows Server 2008 I think my isp said.
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Are you allowed to manage your own IIS instance?

Is this a root web site, or a sub-web site under another web site?
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I've just reverted to MVC 4, my ISP support people seem at their wit's end trying to keep the servers with the correct libs, and copylocal can send you into DLL hell sometimes I think.
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