Hello,\n\nI have spent the last 5 days searching the internet for an answer to my \nissue with no success. Here is my problem:\n\nI am using Web Developer Express 2008 to create a web site. Then moved the \nsite from my desktop onto a server. The server is Windows 2003 SP2 running \nIIS.\n\nWe are using the Treeview connected to a SiteMapDataSource. The site runs \nwell using the ASP.NET Development Server. But as soon as we launch the page \nthrough IIS, it produces the following error:\n\nRuntime error has occurred\n\nWhen I go into the debug mode, it brings up the Visual Studio interface \n(installed as part of MS SQL Server. It brings me to following line:\n\nWebForm_InitCallback();var ct100_Treeview1_Data = new Object()\n\nAnd, the webpage displays my treeview / sitemap information but has a red X \nand shows the text values right next to the X. I can still click on the \nsitemap and manuever to the other pages. But the error keeps popping up.\n\nI have tried some suggestions such as making sure the the .axd type is in \nthe Application Configuration for the web site AND also that the "verify that \nfile exists" is unchecked. I have also looked for any directory reference in \nstylesheets, but we are only using the style sheet for formatting such as \nfont color / size.\n\nWhen I debug and the Visual Studio debugger pops up, I can also see the \nfollowing line, but I am not sure if this has anything to do with the error.\n\n<a href="#ctl00_TreeView1_SkipLink"><img alt="Skip Navigation Links." \nsrc="/DCOperations/WebResource.axd?d=1bj04XFXJF0ZKxo5bzrgJA2&t=633692770444232660" \nwidth="0" height="0" style="border-width:0px;" /></a><div \nid="ctl00_TreeView1">\n\nAny help in resolving this would be greatly appreciated.