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Configuring CruiseControl.NET for IIS 6.0

In your system's IIS Admin tool:


   1. Map a virtual directory to the 'webdashboard' subfolder of your CCNet folder (typically called ccnet)
   2. In the configuration for this virtual directory, click the Configuration button of the Virtual Directory tab
   3. Click Add to add a new Application Mapping
   4. In Executable, enter the location of the aspnet_isapi.dll file you use (look at the .aspx mapping as an example. A typical value would be c:\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v1.1.4322\aspnet_isapi.dll for CruiseControl.NET release 1.2.1 or earlier, or c:\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\aspnet_isapi.dll for later releases)
   5. In Extension, enter .xml
   6. Make sure Script engine is checked and Check that file exists is not checked
   7. Click OK as necessary to save your changes
   8. Under the Virtual Directory's Documents tab make sure that default.aspx is added as a default document


Incase of "Page cannot be found" error

The security settings in Windows 2003, prohibits ASP.NET ISAPI.
Here is how you should solve this
1. Click on "Web Service Extensions" in IIS
2. Select "All unknown ISAPI extensions"
3. Click on "Allow"
4. Select "ASP.NET vx.x"
5. Click on "Allow"
Posted on Sunday, June 17, 2007 7:37 PM Snippets | Back to top


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