images folder access

Trebor
Date: 04/20/04


Date: Tue, 20 Apr 2004 15:52:57 +0200

I created a simple aspnet application which contains an imagebutton object.

The imagebutton's ImageUrl property is set to : images/myimage.gif
(the myimage.gif file is present in the /image subdir of the application
folder)

The ntfs permissons on the application folder as well as on /image
subfolder are:
Administrator - full
ASPNET - read, read & execute , list folder contents
system - full

When I start the application, the myimage button is not showing.

When I change /Images NTFS permisions, by adding Everyone group with read
permission,
the image is shown normally.

Is it necessary to give everyone read permission on /image subfolder?

Thanks.



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