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  1. #1
    Okay Dude lord of the ASP, rampanent vege man....

    If you are using IIS on Win2k do ASP pages have to be place in a specific place on the hard disk, determined by some weird ini or registry value?

    Presuming if this is the case then you can change that value ... can you add more than one....


  3. #2
    Should be able to just put them anywhere.

    Then you just need to create a virtual directory in IIS pointing to the actual directory giving script permission.

    Something like that (never said any of my stuff actually just keeps me amused. )

  4. #3
    Okie dokie that sounds pretty cool ...... will test out saturday morning .... yay Pickler ...... god l'm bored at work

    Thanks Pman....

  5. #4
    Of course you do know what q1 will be tomorrow morning

  6. #5
    No dramas :thumbsup:
    i'm running win2k at home as well and should be around tomorrow morning (probably very seedy, but around nontheless)
    if you want any help.

  7. #6
    Hmm i'm at home sick!

    Doing some asp!

  8. #7
    Senior Member filburt1's Avatar
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    Originally posted by beacon
    Hmm i'm at home sick!

    Doing some asp!
    You're fighting bad with evil!
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  9. #8
    OMG .... am l ever feeling seedy............

    Need coffee before doing anything... er .... and have to change the registry as well

  10. #9
    Well that was easy ... cheer's Pman .. the virtual directory rocks hard :thumbsup:

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