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Choroid 15-Feb-22 15:18pm View     CRLF
Thanks I provided a link to the code as a Zip file and uninstallable exe here
Choroid 8-Feb-22 12:11pm View     CRLF
Thanks Yes the DB will only store the links to the files on the C drive Just using the DGV to view the Link Path
Choroid 11-Jan-22 21:05pm View     CRLF
Richard This got way more complex than I could have ever believed possible Here is the solution to the issue it was a Windows 7 and the Registry File Here is a link to the solution
Choroid 11-Jan-22 18:24pm View     CRLF
Richard I have tried it both ways Still Same ERROR Here is what I did wrong I did not un check Configure for HTTPS So NOW no Error but the only thing I see is

Read RSS Feeds

in default.aspx It does not call the feed in default.aspx.vb Create a new project Open Visual Studio Click Continue without code Click File Select New Select Project Select the following: enter image description here Then, select: enter image description here Click Next Enter desired project name (ex: RSSFeedReader) Click Create Select the following: enter image description here Optional: On right-side, under Advanced, uncheck Configure for HTTPS Click Create
Choroid 11-Jan-22 14:08pm View    
Can you take a look at my Solution and the ERROR