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Unable to run ASP.NET app on 2003

I have an ASP.NET application that works fine on most Windows machines. I
installed it on a new 2003 server and now I am having problems.
I set the security settings in IIS to serve ASP and everything
else. When using our app, the user enters his login and password on the
first screen and clicks "Login", but the app doesn't do anything. No
postback, no error, nothing.
When I run the app locally on the 2003 box, the user clicks "Login" and
all of the validators on the page show up (they shouldn't), and it still does
nothing.
When I try to run the app using Firefox instead of IE, it works fine!
The problem occurs on all IE browsers. When the app is installed on
other (XP) machines, it works fine.

Any ideas?
Chris
Jul 21 '05 #1
1 1216
Sounds like maybe the apsnet_client virtual directory is not preset. This
will contain a tree structure which will include the validation javascript
files which are used by the client.

"Chris Jones" wrote:
I have an ASP.NET application that works fine on most Windows machines. I
installed it on a new 2003 server and now I am having problems.
I set the security settings in IIS to serve ASP and everything
else. When using our app, the user enters his login and password on the
first screen and clicks "Login", but the app doesn't do anything. No
postback, no error, nothing.
When I run the app locally on the 2003 box, the user clicks "Login" and
all of the validators on the page show up (they shouldn't), and it still does
nothing.
When I try to run the app using Firefox instead of IE, it works fine!
The problem occurs on all IE browsers. When the app is installed on
other (XP) machines, it works fine.

Any ideas?
Chris

Jul 21 '05 #2

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