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IIS7 and rootSubPath

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  1. Richardsonke
    Richardsonke avatar
    10 posts
    10 Jul 2007
    25 Sep 2009
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    I was reading the installation guide about how to install Sitefinity projects into a different web site.  It shows using the rootSubPath key in appSettings, but i'm running IIS7 which does not have the same type of path as the example ("/W3SVC/859801432/Root").  This is a specifically IIS6 and lower path.  How should this be done for IIS7?  I do not have any entries for IIsWebServer in my MetaBase.xml file as this is now tracked in applicationHost.config.  Thanks.

  2. Georgi
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    3583 posts
    28 Oct 2016
    26 Sep 2009
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    Hi Richardsonke,

    In this case we recommend you using the Blank Project approach -
    This way you will start up with a blank project, you could store its physical files wherever you want and can create its application(virtual directory) under the node you want.

    Hope this helps. 

    Kind regards,
    the Telerik team

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