I have read the thread "Bug: No Access" and saw your answer. I think I have missed something. Can you help me? I have the directory I want to use webexplorer on in C:\Inetpub\wwwroot\testdirectory\ . Do you have a suggestion for a workaround for my "No Web Access" problem? Thanks in advance:)
Lars Rune Rebbestad
11/30/2001 4:26 AM
This means that "c:\inetpub\wwwroot" is not set as your web root. Please open IIS management console and check it.
11/30/2001 3:28 PM
Also you can do the following:
1. Put a html file in that folder and try to browse it with you browser(not locally). If you can't browse it, then "c:\inetpub\wwwroot" is not your web root
2. Create an asp file with this simple line:
Run this script and see your real web root.
11/30/2001 3:40 PM