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How to get website path in IIS
Example: www.example.com
i want path = c:/example
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Server.MapPath[^] will turn your virtual path into server file path.

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vr reddy 28-Nov-14 6:31am
   
i want iis path using site name
Sinisa Hajnal 28-Nov-14 6:47am
   
Why don't you read it before you comment. Use Server.MapPath("/") to get your physical domain path.
[no name] 28-Nov-14 6:55am
   
You meant you physical path in Server ? Where it is hosted ?
Sinisa Hajnal 28-Nov-14 7:38am
   
Yes, that is what you asked for isn't it? If you browse default web site and ask for Server.MapPath ("/") you'll get C:\InetPub\wwwroot ON THE SERVER.
Sinisa Hajnal 28-Nov-14 7:40am
   
Ah...you want application path? Not server path? That is, you want your application subdirectory? Try with Server.MapPath("~") if that is so.

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