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when i am accessing the page,I am getting the error like this so anybody help us out

HTTP Error 500.19 - Internal Server Error

The requested page cannot be accessed because the related configuration data for the page is invalid.
Updated 22-May-19 13:40pm

I believe this is an IIS error. Make sure that the default page posted in the URL of your browser is correct. If it is correct, then check these links.[^]


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Actually we dint give permissions of virtual directory to default user so for that we got error.

Solutions :

We make it permissions to default user and we should set application pool identity to default user then its working fine now

Thank You
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2012programmer 6-Jan-14 6:32am    
How to give permissions to default user?? I am also getting the same error..
I refered this url

and configured iis server and finally i got result

Thank You
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I My case it was because off .Net Framework. please change it.

go to IIS application tool
Default application pool if it only application that is there and change it to correct one.

or create one aaplication pool.

Thank you.
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[no name] 28-Aug-13 16:51pm    
Yes.... he did that already..... 2 years ago.
Please check if ,IUser,and IIS_User permission has been granted on the folder on which you r website has been installed
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Graeme_Grant 20-Sep-17 4:27am    
This question is OVER 6-YEARS-OLD and already has an answer accepted! Please do not post solutions to tombstoned (old) questions & questions where answers are already accepted. There are plenty of other "current" questions waiting for help.
Open control panel
Click on" program" link (not uninstall programs)
Click" turn windows features on/off" link
locate" Internet Information services IIS" in the pop up window and expand its node
Expand the" World Wide Web Service" node
Expand "Application Development Features" node
check the check box of"ASP.NET"
Then click ok button
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CHill60 8-Nov-17 6:23am    
The question was asked, answered and accepted solution nearly 6 years ago! You have added nothing to the thread
hi dear

you must download dotnet-hosting-3.0.0-preview5-19227-01-win for dot net core 3/ or dotnet core2hosting windows for core 2

and then run as administrator cmd , type iisreset

so refresh your localhost app

best regard
M.M.Tofighi from Iran
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[no name] 22-May-19 18:51pm    
I suggest you to delete your answer to prevent from down votes...
Or otherwise explain how the question dated on 2011 can be related to .net core: .NET Core - Wikipedia[^]
Dave Kreskowiak 22-May-19 21:17pm    
This "solution" has nothing at all to do with 500.19 error.
Richard Deeming 24-May-19 14:56pm    
That looks like something to do with .NET Core 3.0.

.NET Core 1.0 wasn't even a glimmer in the developer's eye when this question was posted!

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