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Made a fresh deployment of a site developed using sitefinity ,its backend started throwing "IIS Detailed Error - 404.0 - Not Found"

Description:I have a task to deploy an old sitefinity project, developed on sitefinity 7 and I have deployed it successfully but when I went to its backend link to verify that everything is working fine , unfortunately its backend started throwing "IIS Detailed Error - 404.0 - Not Found" and it doesn't allow me to go on any backend link.

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Actually some sitefinity services are getting blocked on your iis level, so you need to add a handler mapping for those sitefinity services. A well explained solution available on following Link.

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