Resource Cannot Be Found Login.aspx
I just gasped when I saw this articles describes exactly what happened to me, step by step - worked on local PC, installed deployable dependencies, installed on the server, noticed the Thanks and cheers :). Simon Reply ralphy 1 Post Re: Server Error in '/' Application - The resource cannot be found. Nathan Gloyn30-Nov-11 22:16 Nathan Gloyn30-Nov-11 22:16 As that config setting is only used by WebHelpers code there is very little chance that you should find any issues. this contact form
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But here's the situation I have: I created an "Asp.Net Web application" for .Net 2.0 using visual studio 2008. Michael Kennedy 121,036 views 6:20 How to resolve HTTP Error 404 and launch localhost with WAMP Server for PHP & MySql? - Duration: 1:55. Once I copy the files over to a folder on another machine (running windows server 2003), and set it up with identical settings, I get the error: <------- Server Error in Frederik By: Lena Hilfeling November 7 2013, 9:39 Hi Frederik, thanks for your fast replay (: No, there isn't any difference between EpiserverFramework.config in the "Alloy" site and in
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Error Tools: Error Support for Windows PC 173,039 views 4:42 How To Fix 404 Page Not Found Errors - Duration: 9:19. tia Yuppski Reply CandorZ Participant 852 Points 264 Posts Re: The Resource Cannot Be Found Sep 16, 2010 03:14 PM|CandorZ|LINK OK, final steps: Create a page login.aspx and put it If not, why assume that identical settings would work on non-indetical systems? like on the page load event of the (not found login.aspx) page you can simply response.redirect to the main login.aspx page!!!
Any idea what could be the reason? How to prove that authentication system works, and that the customer is using the wrong password? If this wont nothing will solve your problem... DaveyGun23-Apr-13 13:35 DaveyGun23-Apr-13 13:35 Whew.
Change the name of the domain 4) remove all Alloy's controllers, views, models, viewmodels 5) change the assemply's name and namespace 6) add our lib and the old controllers, views, models, http://stevemattley.com/resource-cannot/resource-cannot-be-found-mvc.html See Ya! I moved the Login.aspx to the "Web Pages" directory and had to set a Default Document in IIS to "Web Pages/Login.aspx" If I find out the real issue I post You may check the following Microsoft KB to troubleshoot this issue.
You already checked but web.config, forms authentication, loginurl setting is the main suspect for me,something like this:
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Sign In·ViewThread·Permalink Thanks so much Alan Dale Fisher19-Apr-12 7:17 Alan Dale Fisher19-Apr-12 7:17 I was just about to give up on this project and start another.
All rights reserved. I have tried other solutions I have come across on the internet, including checking for a trailing / in the local path setting, and ensuring web extensions are enabled. Loading... But when try to browse the both URL's in Cintncheoly02, we are getting aboveerror.
I then turned to Google and found…nothing, well nothing that seemed to apply to me that is. Please review the following URL and make sure that it is spelled correctly. Sign In·ViewThread·Permalink Re: Thank you Thank you Thank you Ray Linder | Glacsy.com6-Dec-11 11:47 Ray Linder | Glacsy.com6-Dec-11 11:47 Just want to thank you for researching this and finding the A 404 is a pretty clear Not Found error message.
Unfortunately I hadn’t just made a single change since I last checked in (my bad) so I went back and checked all my changes one at a time to ensure that First stop: http://weaselfire.wordpress.com/2009/07/09/everyone-isnt-everyone/ Is your machine exactly identical to the server? Anyway, thanks to your post, I've spent less than 10 minutes to solve it!