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Suppose You are configuring your ASP.NET application XYZApp. XYZApp will be hosted on a Web server
that also runs other applications.
You want to prevent any changes to the configuration settings of your application after the
application is deployed.
What should you do?
A. In the Machine.config file, set the allowOverride attribute in the location element to False.
Make no other changes to the Machine.config file.
B. In the Web.config file, set the allowOverride attribute in the location element to False.
Make no other changes to the Web.config file.
C. In the Machine.config file, set the allowOverride attribute in the appSettings element to False.
Make no other changes to the Machine.config file.
D. In the Web.config file, set the allowOverride attribute in the appSettings element to False.
Make not other changes to the Web.config file.

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B. In the Web.config file, set the allowOverride attribute in the location element to False.
Make no other changes to the Web.config file.

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