My Username/ Windows Service: Abi AutoMotives/ASPNET 1. Must Not Use Simple File Sharing.

After Changing Settings, Pls Reboot. Open your My Computer, the on menu, select Tool >> Folder Option the Select View Tab, Uncheck Use Simple File Sharing 2. Adding User Permission When you create virtual directory on IIS, the actual folder you used with it must have access permission To do this, follow:select the properties of your actual folder, then select Sharing Tab
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select option Share This Folder specify the ShareName (commonly folder name itself) then select Security tab, you will see the Group and Username listed there. to add ASPNET just click ADD pop up window will appear "Select User or Group" Click Advance and Click Find Now All Users and Group will be listed there, try to find ASPNET and select OK you will going to back on Security tab and select something like "RAD/ASPNET", under that you will see "Permission for ASP.NET" for the last step, check Full Control under Allow Column, then OK

3. The current identity does not have write access to 'C:\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\Tempor ary ASP.NET Files

Repeat Step 2, just Apply the steps, under C:\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\, this will allow "RAD/ASPNET" to read and write under C:\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\.

*NOTE : To Allow Network to Access those folders, just add "NETWORK" for permitted Users or Group, and vice versa