No, Dan. He really is opening a FOLDER on the *SERVER*.
That's the normal display of a folder from IIS is you have directory browsing enabled on the server. (Not a good idea, at all, for inTERnet usage but usually okay for inTRAnet.)
But that display he shows is the only one he can get from IIS, even with directory browsing enabled.
To get the other display he would *HAVE* to be on an inTRAnet and he'd have to specify the full LAN path to the folder in question.
Oh...and this really has nothing whatsoever to do with ASP. All of this would be the same if those names he is dumping in via ASP code were just hard-coded into the HTML. It's really strictly an IIS question, as posed.
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