I used the Microsoft Web Platform Installer to install mojoPortal into a website I created in IIS8 on Windows Server 2012, and whenever I try to go to one of the pages in the site, I get a 404 Not Found error. IIS has done this for several testing sites I have created, and it is getting annoying. Any suggestions on what could be going awry?
EDIT: I was able to get an error stating something about wildcard script maps. I will use that to look into other possibilities.
EDIT2: IIS seems to think that the .aspx file extension has no associated handler, but a handler for it exists in the list. I will look into this further. It might be a missing role/feature.
EDIT3: It turns out IIS wasn't redirecting correctly. I still need to figure out what went wrong there.
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