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[.net] Vista Premium, IIS7, VS2008.

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Ok, I'm a little stuck. I installed (completely) IIS7 (didn't know Home-Premium could do that), and configured VS2008 to load it. It created a virtual directory, and I'm able to access images, and some files. [works (yes, I know that's a local ip, I'm behind a router. But this shows that it's accepting non-local connections)] http://192.168.0.109/FrostWebsite/default.aspx http://192.168.0.109/FrostWebsite/images/E8ball.png However, it doesn't appear to be loading the httpModule I specified in the Web.config file. When in the ASP.NET Development Server, any request I send gets parsed manually, and the output is generated. For instance, requesting "library.xhtml" gets matched to an enum, and runs through a switch(enum) to determine what data should be output. In IIS7, it's ignoring the httpModule, and is subsequently throwing 404 errors when it tries to find a physical "library.xhtml" file. Now, I am doing something a little different. My website is a Web Application; it has a "solution file", which references 2 other projects. Could this be confusing it? [disturbed]

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Got it working.
http://aabs.wordpress.com/2007/11/16/ihttpmodule-not-running-after-conversion-to-iis-7-and-net-35/

Thanks to this, I'm able to run my website ASP.NET through IIS7 while in the VS2008 debugger.

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