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Special Edition Using Microsoft® Visual Basic® .NET by Jeff Spotts, Brian Siler

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Troubleshooting Web Applications

Web applications involve communication between multiple computer programs, specifically the Web browser and the Web server. Usually these programs reside on separate machines connected to a network. As you might imagine, problems can arise if your Web server or network is not configured correctly. In this section we will discuss some basic troubleshooting steps that may help you with common problems.

For terminology purposes, we will refer to the PC on which you have installed Visual Studio .NET as the development machine and the PC or server running Microsoft Internet Information Services as the Web server. These may or may not refer to the same physical computer. The term browser refers to the Microsoft Internet ...

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