I have an IIS7.5 web-site, on Windows Server 2008, with an ASP.NET MVC2 web-site deployed to it. The website was built in Visual Studio 2008, targeting .NET 3.5, and IIS 5.1 has been successfully configured to run it as well, for local testing.
We've installed the world's simplest MVC application (the one which is created when you create a new MVC2 project in Visual Studio), and we are getting 404s on any page we try and access - e.g.
<my_server>/Home/About will generate a 404.
I've asked this question on StackOverflow as well, but that was before I knew it was a server issue.
I have checked the following things:
- There are 404 entries in the IIS log, corresponding to each request.
- The application pool for the web-site is set to use the Integrated pipeline.
- The "customErrors" mode is set to off.
- .NET 3.5 SP1 is installed
- ASP.NET MVC 2 is installed
- I've used MVC Diagnostics to confirm all MVC DLLs are being found.
- ASP.NET is enabled in IIS, which we've demonstrated by running the MVC Diagnostics page.
- KB 2023146 did highlight that HTTP Redirection was off, so we've turned it on, but no joy.
Any ideas will be greatly appreciated!
Someone did suggest that there might be problems running it caused by Windows Server 2008 being 64-bit - does anyone know anything about this?