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ASP.NET 1.1-4.5 IgorG, Aug 26, 2014 #4 nay_thway New Pleskian 0 Messages: 3 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 0 Dear Team, I got new problems again. Uninstall ISS and manually delete the ‘Inetpub' directory or it's eqiuvalent. 3. I finally got it up and running after I: 1) uninstalled IIS 2) deleted (renamed) the inetpub directory <-important 3) reinstalled IIS 4) performed aspnet_regiis -i. As the error states. this content

On a late-night whim, I know not why (does anyone believe in inspiration when you're on the verge of a nervous breakdown?), I logged off and logged in as administrator; created Though since it's pretty typical of Microsoft to have about 80 billion ways of generating the exact same error msg, I've made note of the other solutions for future reference. :-) HTH. According to most replies that's the source of the 500-errors.

Now i can go to slee, peacefully. I have added the following in the web.config for the site: I am able to open the website from a browser I have no problem creating and editing asp.net projects on remote servers but trying to develop locally has proven to be impossible for me thus far. Otto hi, Got it working with Ronan Dom Solution (Below) …Awesome.

The fun part is clicking on the help button to get "Topic Not Found". Reinstall 1.1 Framework http://[email protected] Anand Thank you guys.. Expand out your Sites node and locate the site you want to modify (select it). Main domain (website) is working as well but web service got error my mentioned below.

This post is great and saved me a lot of time. In the Properties dialog box, click the Network Service user name, and in the Permissions for NETWORK SERVICE section, select the Read, Write, and Modify permissions. and the again use aspnet_regiis -i and it will work . http://stackoverflow.com/questions/11425574/mvc4-http-error-403-14-forbidden This solved the problem Mac I had the problem on Win2003 server and had to play around with a couple of these options to get it working.

Peter van Ooijen For me my original solution worked for a machine with framework 1.0, 1.1 and 1.2 (PDC Whidbey build) installed…. check the IUSR_ login. Jason Well after trying everything else on this page and having no luck, I got some help from my IT guy. Changing it back to auto generate and restarting IIS did the trick for me.

I've gotten past the error 403 and now have a can't find globalhosts dbo which is stupid because it is thereI am determined to make this work! 9/13/2006 2:12 AM UNINSTALL VS 2003, IIS, AND FRAMEWORK. 3. http://dotnetjunkies.com/WebLog/petergekko/archive/2004/09/08/24756.aspx Peter van Ooijen Nil, the 403 error points to a security problem. Do throw some light on this Cedric Hi, I had the same problem, this fixed it: In IE, Tools | Internet Options Connections Tab and click the LAN Settings button.

Jai Soni Well I came back from holiday and got error: The web server reported the following error when attempting to create or open the web project located at the following news I HATE FORUM Ravi Echo Stop IIS iisreset /stop echo "---------------" echo "Deleting the ASPNET account." net user ASPNET /delete echo "---------------" echo "Reregistering ASP.NET and the ASPNET account." aspnet_regiis -i I have a friend who is an ex-Microsoft research employee (turned university professor) who says that Vista is supposed to address a lot of these issues of development security and permissions. I have installed .Net 4.5RC on the server and even tried the aspnet_regiis -i bit that everyone recommended for their issues with previous versions of MVC/.Net but it did not help.

No lie - that's how the error message started! asked 6 years ago viewed 126435 times active 3 years ago Blog Stack Overflow Podcast #91 - Can You Stump Nick Craver? I checked the IIS log on the server and can see that the sub code for the 403 is 18. have a peek at these guys If so then the problem is that ASP cannot talk to IIS due to this and here is what I did to fix the problem I ran the following two lines

That works, but it’s not scalable as you have to do it for every single folder including when you add them later on – which you’ll inevitably forget about. May 15, 2012 04:10 AM|BlaqProduKt|LINK Thanks amitpatel.it and Nasser the issue was the following. It WORKED!!!

What finally fixed it was the procedures at the following link http://www.brooksyounce.com/XpAspFix.htm and then re installing .net framework http://support.microsoft.com/kb/306005/en-us Thanks to everybody on this post for your help and shame on

For instance if you run a php application and don't have index.php enabled IIS will try to serve the directory listing, which is usually disabled as well. Make sure they match then 3. Like //localhost/MyPage.htm. Install VS.NET prerequisites from the VS.NET installation.

This error can be caused when the worker process account has insufficient rights to read the .NET Framework files. kenkthulhu Well, I had tried everything that had been mentioned. I checked the permissions in IIS … and everything seems to be normal. http://upintheaether.com/http-error/http-error-403-forbidden-iis-6-0.php If you create a local host entry in the host file to point back to your local machine and then point a new local IIS website to that folder (with the

Eventually I found that it was a problem with my COM installation. Mark Another easier way to fix is, open .net dos box and type "caspol -s off" and restart iis and all should be fine. All I did was run the aspnet_regiis util, and change the mchn.cfg processmodel ATTRIBUTE to "system" and this fixed everything.