Windows 7 – ASP.NET Temporary Internet Files, Assembly Redirects

Just updated my work laptop to Windows 7. Sweet right? Except now the fun of getting everything to work.

First issue I ran into, a Web App in development, not being able to load up “Microsoft.AnalysisServices.AdomdClient” because it was looking for version “9.0.242.0” – the version you get with Office 2007, SQL 2005. But I have 2010 running and SQL 2008 stuff on this new build, so saw that issue. Of course I could install the stuff from SQL 2005, the drivers, but also I can redirect my assembly in the Web.config

          
            
            
          

I was also getting some weird stuff about permission denied to any third party assembly when trying to debug/run it locally. Since the web app is impersonating a user, I figured I need to give that user rights to the temporary internet files for ASP.NET, which worked, but in Win7 (and Vista?) the path is different, it is

%LocalAppData%TempTemporary ASP.NET Files

I gave the user modify and my app finally builds!

Hopefully not too many more roadblocks going forward..

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