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When you type http://localhost on a local Web server or type the name of your Web server in a browser, the following Web page may be displayed:
This Web page is displayed for any of the following reasons:
To resolve this issue, log on to the computer with administrator privileges, and then remove anonymous access from the Localstart.asp file.
To remove anonymous access, follow these steps:
When you type http://localhost on a local Web server or type the name of your Web server in a browser, the default Web page located in the Inetpub\Wwwroot folder is displayed. By default, Microsoft Internet Information Server (IIS) displays the following pages in this order:
Article ID: 251361 - Last Review: November 1, 2006 - Revision: 4.3
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