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12/31/2008 7:28 AM
 

Hello All,

I am very new to Dotnet Nuke and i want to create a DNN site as a child Portal to a existing Web application...

Example.... I have ASP.NET 2008 Web Application(not a Web Site) running at http://www.google.com/... then i want to make a new Dotnet Nuke to work under the same application with out changing my previous application...

Can any body let me know How can i proceed with the same? So that I can get the dotnetnuke site working as : http://www.google.com/dnn/...

I think DNN has a feature of doing the Child Portals but i donno how to do the same...

Thank you very much in Advance for the Help...!

 
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