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Run ASP.Net project on client machine from the server

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Hi Experts,

I have uploaded my web project on the server. I can access it on the server thru IIS. But what should I do to run it on the client machine.

Thanks.
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Where is your IIS installed? is it on server OS (eg. Microsoft Windows 7 server) OR on any other proffessional OS (eg. Microsoft Windows 7 professional).

Also check you have valid permissions set on IIS & check for your Asp.Net Pool settings.

Now i am assuming you have IIS installed on ServerOS, you can access the application by below method

try the following steps

http://yourserveripaddress OR Name/ your virtual DirectoryName or WebApplicationname/ Default.aspx

OR

say for example
http://192.0.0.1/MyApplication/Default.aspx.

hope this helps.
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Thank you for ur help. It worked.
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