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Setting up ASP.Net MVC 2 on IIS6 with IISRewrite

This will also work in ASP.net MVC, as in the first one. It’s a somewhat well-known fact, (by somewhat I mean amongst web devs), that IIS6 is the IE6 of Servers, its slow, dim-witted, annoying, crap and here to stay. So to make life a little more bearable and to save the rest of the web-society from a life of .net 2 webform’s, bloated view states and ugly URLs here’s a quick…