Date:  11/03/2015 12:56:27 PM Msg ID:  004824
From:  Paul Mrozowski Thread:  004824
Subject:  Installing on Win 7
  I installed FoxWeb on my Win 7 machine (which already had IIS and IIS 6 compat stuff installed). I created a virtual directory which points to C:\inetpub\scripts - that's where the foxweb.dll is located. I left the FoxWeb control center configured as default so the Default program root is C:\Users\Public\Documents\FoxWeb\Scripts. I am not running as a service.
I verified that the .FWX handler was set-up (both on the IIS level and on the virtual). When I try to hit any of the test scripts:
I get this error:
There was an error during the interpretation of your request
Message:   The directory specified in the URL does not exist, or is inaccessible
The app pool is running 32-bit. I gave full permission to the ApplicationPoolIdentity that the website is running under to the C:\Users\Public\Documents\FoxWeb folder. I don't see any error messages in the ErrorLog.
What am I missing here?