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403.1 Forbidden: Execute Access Forbidden

Trying to install a .NET application on a Windows 2003 Server ( .NET v1.1)
and for any .
aspx file get the following error:

403.1 Forbidden: Execute Access Forbidden

The application has worked fine on XP systems and multiple Windows 2000
servers. This is what I have tried so far:

-Verified Execute Permissions on both Default Web Site and the application's
Virtual Directory is set to "Scripts Only"
-Confirmed that the DefaultApplicat ionPool is been used, which is processed
under NT Authority/Network Server and that this service is in the IIS_WPG
group.
-Verified that the IIS_WPG has Read/Scripts access to the application's
Virutal Directory
-Verified that .aspx is an allowed extension and is pointing to the correct
aspnet_isapi.dl l
-Verified the ASP.NET is an allowed Web Service Extension
-Re-installed .NET Framework using aspnet_regiis -i

..HTML files work fine, the error is related only to .ASPX files. Any
suggestions out there? Thanks
Sep 2 '05 #1
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