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Questionusing iis in vs 2010 Pin
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OK - tricky to do without looking myself, but the following may help...

1. There are two types of web type "thingy" in VS - Web SITE and Web APPLICATION- they're subtly different. Since you have a csproj file, that means that it's a web APP not a SITE.

2. You CAN open an app as a site (as you've done by opening the folder as a website), but since alot of the info is contained in the project / solution files (as you've found out!), it won't fly. What you need to do is open the site as an application (File -> Open Solution -> select the .sln file).

3. The reason that the web projects are showing as Unavailable is because they're set up to use port 8080 in IIS, which isn't configured to respond.

So you have a couple of options - simplest would be to speak to Network Admin and get your local IIS appropriately configured to use Port 8080 (the default is 80), or alternatively, open the csproj file in a text editor and change the url that's in there manually to remove the port number - this will then cause it to default to :80, which *SHOULD* then work OK.

If none of the above works, you could possibly try creating the Virtual directories yourself in IIS, point to where your source code is, and then convert to an application.
C# has already designed away most of the tedium of C++.

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