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Setting Up IIS

Dynamic HTML reports are shown using an ASP.NET 4 web application that works in 32-bit mode and has both managed and unmanaged code. The web application is located in the WebServer\WebApp subfolder of the WebLog Expert folder (usually C:\Program Files (x86)\WebLog Expert\WebServer\WebApp on 64-bit systems and C:\Program Files\WebLog Expert\WebServer\WebApp on 32-bit systems).

 

If you use Windows 8/10 or Windows Server 2012, you may need to enable ASP.NET in Windows settings according to the instructions.

Setting Up Reports in IIS

1.Add a new web site and point it to the web application (e.g. C:\Program Files (x86)\WebLog Expert\WebServer\WebApp).

2.Open the Application Pools node, right-click the application pool for your web site and choose Advanced Settings. Set .NET Framework Version (.NET CLR Version in Windows 10) to "v4.0" and Enable 32-Bit Applications to "True" (if you use a 64-bit system).

 

If you want to use the basic managed pipeline mode for this site instead of the integrated (default) one and it doesn't work, you should check that in ISAPI and CGI Restrictions server settings restrictions for ASP.NET 4 modules are set to "Allowed".