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Local Connection when Disconnected from Network?

Local Connection when Disconnected from Network?

Local Connection when Disconnected from Network?

Any one have any idea on how to acomplish this.  I'm trying to connect to my local MSDE server, via my local WebServer.. using an asp page.  
Even simpler just loading a local page via the web server won't reload.  

For some reason When I disconnect my Lan cable my local applications(network) does not work.  MSDE, IIS .. sharing of folders locally.  

Any info on this would be greatly apreciated.  Would like to be able to browse with my own web server pages.

I asume this is a Winsock issue but not certain on how to fix it.

Thanks in advance.

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