I am trying to troubleshoot why my newly installed IIS is not properly serving my ASP.net application. Right now I am running it locally, and trying to connect to it from a browser.

The Bindings for the site are *:80 (http), and it is the only Site currently Started within my IIS. The address being used from within in browser is localhost or the computername. I have also tried connecting to the computer from another computer on the same network using the computername, and get the same blank page.

If I change the bindings to something else, like jrqmzed.com on *:80 (http), then when connecting to those same addresses from within a browser I get:

HTTP Error 404: The requested resource is not found.

If I stop the site, then when connecting to those same addresses from within a browser I get:

This site can't be reached in Chrome, and

Unable to connect in Firefox.

From searching online thus far, I have ensured that my IIS is set to serve Static Content. For sanity sake, I currently has all options checked under "Turn Windows features on or off" > "Internet Information Services" except FTP Server.

I am running 64bit Windows 7 Professional. The ASP.net application currently works on a separate computer with IIS 7.5, and I could not immediately notice any difference in settings between that computer's IIS and my newly installed IIS.

How else can I troubleshoot this problem?

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