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Hii ,
I've IIS 5.1 installed in my machine and i created one website using asp.net 2.0 after tht created a virtual directory with name "DUMMY" and map the website path to the virtual directory .

When i open the IIS and rght click on the virtual directory tht i've created and select Browse..its showing all the webpages in the website.But when i click on a perticuler web page its not showing tht page and showing the error "The website cannot display the page".

This error (HTTP 500 Internal Server Error) means that the website you are visiting had a server problem which prevented the webpage from displaying.

I serached in the net ..but endedup with no soultion.

Please help me .

Thanks in advance.
Dec 22 '08
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Make sure to turn off friendly errors in IE.
Nov 18 '10 #11

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