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    Describes the problem that occurs when you try to use the xhtmlConformance element for an ASP.NET 2.0-based application. The setting is not used, and the HTML that the application generates may not comply with XHTML standards.
    Describes a problem in which you receive an HTTP 400 error message the first time that you access an ASP.NET page in an IIS 7.0-hosted application that is built on the .NET Framework 2.0. However, later requests succeed.
    Explains that the debugger does not hit breakpoints that you set in client-side script code when you debug ASP.NET Web applications. To resolve this problem, use the Running Documents Window to set breakpoints after you start to debug.
    Failures occur when Active Server Pages (ASP) code accesses a file-based resource over the network. Examples include the following: If you Scripting.FileSystemObject to access a file that is stored on a network share, you receive the following error...
    This article provides some guidelines on how to write Active Server Pages (ASP) script that is easier to read and maintain. As your Web application grows more complex, it is not uncommon for ASP scripts to grow to hundreds of lines. If later you...
    You have an ASP.NET or legacy ASP application running on Internet Information Services (IIS) 6.0 or later. Your application logs events to the Windows Event Logs. Writing to the event logs fails with an error message similar to the following: ASP.NET...
    Describes the issue in which encrypted content in ASP.NET is not decrypted for a website that is deployed in a web farm.
    Describes the issue that you cannot open existing ASP.NET projects after you install IPV6 on a computer that is running Windows XP. To resolve the issue, install Windows XP SP1.
    Fixes an issue in which code blocks embedded in an ASP.NET 2.0 Web page disappear when you use the Generate Local Resource tool in Visual Web Developer to generate a local resource file.
    Consider the following scenario. You have a classic ASP application running on IIS 7.0 or 7.5. You set ASP response buffering to FALSE and then execute an ASP page that renders a large amount of data over 4MB. Instead of seeing the page begin rendering...

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