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I have configured an asp.net site in IIS 6.0 with the following settings.

  • Allow anonymous access = true
  • Set host header, directory path, port, and IP
  • In asp.net tab - asp.net 2.0
  • In web.config added: <add path="*" verb="GET,HEAD,POST" type="System.Web.DefaultHttpHandler" validate="True" />
  • Enable default content page = true
  • Permission settings fine
  • Integrated Windows authentication = true

When I browse it in IIS I then got the error "The page cannot be displayed ... Cannot find server or DNS Error" What may cause this?

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It looks like you need to wait for dns propagation.. make sure your domain is pointing to the iis server.

go to this website to test dns errors.

www.intodns.com

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