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I installed TargetProcess on my laptop but when trying to open the corresponding web page http://localhost/TargetProcess2 I get 404 error. I am running Win7 with IIS7 (7.5.7600.16385), MS SQL 2008 Express.

As suggested in Installation guide.pdf I have performed aspnet_regiis.exe -i (however in folder C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727 and not in C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v3.5.30729.1 because I simply don't have this folder although Ms Web Platform installer says that I have SP1 for NET Framework 3.5 installed)

EDIT: Actually no ASP.NET page is working. I tried creating a simple one with MS Visual Web Dev Express and published it to a new web-application on my localhost and I get the same 404...

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Argh :) It turns out I had Appache installed as part of SVN installation and it was capturing requests to localhost. Interim solution was to change port for IIS pages.
There is a new problem though - browsers such as Chrome throw an

Error 312 (net::ERR_UNSAFE_PORT)

IE apparently ignores this error, so I can use the "TargetProcess" through IE...

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