Also you can probably do this at your top level website if you wanted to - the servers I was working on had a mix of ASP.
NET 1.1 and 2.0 applications, so I tried to limit my changes to the end level website.
Simply view the source of the page which is breaking and find the js include line which references Web During my googling, I came across a few people who recommended simply getting the Web from the cache of a working client, and copying it to the root of your application. Compression If you're running compression, you can confirm whether it's causing the problem by temporarily disabling it entirely.
If you're using Blowery, then simply remove the httpmodule line in web.config (or web.configs if you're running in a load balanced environment), save, and test.
Network Load Balancing (NLB) NLB is also known to cause issues with Web