Virtual directories


bruce barker

your friend is correct. because needs access to dll's any other vdir
(when it revert back to the account) has permission to read and
load web.config, and all the dll's.

if you switch to iis6.0, you can create application pools with seperate accounts, so you can prevent one pool hacking another, but you will
have simular issues in the same pool.

-- bruce (

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