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Deploying an ASP.NET JSON-RPC web service on IIS 7

I've tried to deploy an ASP.NET web application manually and I'm just getting a directory listing. I've copied the published folder to "C:\intepub\wwwroot", then converted to application. Is there a step I'm missing?

Edit: One thing to note is that this application doesn't contains any .aspx pages, it's a web service using Jayrock which provide it's own pages to explore the service interface. When using the application through the VS development web server everything work as expected, I can see the web interface and connect to the service without any problem. But when deployed on IIS, it does nothing at all.

Edit: I think it got to do with IIS not able to figure how to start the application handler properly.

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Uncheck Directory Browsing under the Home Directory tab for your site in IIS.

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I've tried that and it's giving me a 403.14 error. –  Nicolas Buduroi May 4 '12 at 14:43
    
Check your Default Document for the site. Make sure it exists. –  pk. May 4 '12 at 14:48
    
Well, that's kind of the problem, there's no documents in that application, everything is code and a handler is serving the pages. –  Nicolas Buduroi May 4 '12 at 14:53
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