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MVC app not displaying correctly under IIS 7.5

Posted on 2014-09-23
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Hello,

I am trying to deploy an mvc application on three desktops computers under IIS 7.5.  These three desktops are using in giving training and have a number of other applications installed.

I have now installed a new mvc application - which runs on one of the desktops but not on the other two.

There is obviously some difference between the configurations but i have no idea what.  

The application starts on all of the desktops, but when i select an item from the menu things start to go wrong.  On two of the machines it appears that the contents of the page are not being rendered correctly, and none of the links to the images and other items are correct.

I am neither the developer of the application, or an IIS expert however this behavour makes me think that there is something wrong with the set up of the handlers or mimetypes?

Another clue is that the url contains a long string on the computers that do not work, but remains correct on the one were it does work.
 
Any tips or ideas where i should look?
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Miguel Oz earned 500 total points
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Could you post the URL?  It could be that the url is containing  the session information  - this problem could happen due to browser or IIS/configuration/.NET version issues.

In the mean time please compare that all computers have the same version of:
- Operative system
- .NET framework
- IIS
- IE or whatever browser you are using.
- Web.config
Also if you can psot the versions of your working PC.
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