Last post Dec 01, 2011 01:11 PM by vvtt9911
Sep 04, 2006 12:48 AM|SDdude|LINK
when i google "iis 5.1 and asp.net 2.0 setup" all I get is forum links that don't answer the question.
How do i configure IIS 5.1 to use asp.net 2.0?
When I visit the Applications's Properties dialog box in IIS I don't get the ASP.NET tab.
Are there steps I need to follow to link IIS 5.1 and ASP.NET 2.0 up. The page was created (local) as a IIS web site, using (local ) visual studio 2005, where ASP.NET 2.0 is installed.
IIS and ASP.NET 2.0 setup
Sep 04, 2006 02:16 AM|Jasson_King|LINK
Sep 04, 2006 11:47 AM|SSnake|LINK
Did you install IIS 5.1 after the installation of visual studio 2005 has completed?
If so, you could use Aspnet_regiis.exe to configure IIS.
In the command-line environment , input the follow command
Sep 04, 2006 05:08 PM|SDdude|LINK
run aspnet_regiis.exe -i got : Finished installing ASP.NET (2.0.50727).
but still can't run web site under IIS 5.1. when I open the properties for the web site under default web site it still doen't have the ASP.NET tab.
project doesn't run under IIS as it't saved when I use asp.net 2.0 contorl but will run without them.
Sep 04, 2006 11:23 PM|Jasson_King|LINK
There is a development web server in vs2005,even though you don't configure IIS,web site can also work well becuse it is based on file system.You can create a new web site and check if it works.Besides you can try to reinstall IIS or .net framework,maybe
you can solve the problems.
Dec 30, 2006 06:50 PM|Subversyv-Technology|LINK
I am also having this problem on two different machines. Both machines have almost the same hardware. Where they are different I will specify.
Model: Gateway MX7515 Laptop
AMD: 4000+ Processor
WinXP: Pro (SP2)
IIS 5.1 - WWW, No FTP, No SMTP
ASP 1.1 & 2.0 installed (with security updates)
Firewall: ZoneAlarm Pro 6.5.714.000 (Both machines configured to allow high level of access "Trusted" or "Higher")
Machine A: 1Gb RAM, VB2005, SQL Server 2005
Machine B: 1.5Gb RAM, Macromedia Dreamweaver 8
On both machines, standard ASP pages launch and execute. However there are problems launching IIS Online Documentation (localstart.asp tries to launch
default.asp). At first Machine A never launched the IIS Documentation but
Machine B did. Now neither machine will launch IIS Online Documentation. Actually this seemed to stop working on
Machine B after I installed .NET Framework 2.0.
Other than this though, both machines run standard ASP code that I have been typing in from ASP for Dummies book.
On Machine A (with VB 2005), if I create ASPX pages as a File System, they will launch fine with the
Development Web Server. If I try to launch the ASPX page from the localhost website in VB 2005 via Ctl+F5, I get a system beep (error) and page never opens, browser just hangs. I get the same behavior if I try to access the page by typing in the
URL. I have to close the browser to kill it. Sometimes I also have to restart IIS via the MMC panel.
On Machine B, I get the same behavior. That is, I copy the ASPX page to the
wwwroot of Machine B and use a browser. Browswer will start to show some activity in the processing bar, but really it hangs. This behavior is the same with IE 6 and FireFox (latest version). Mostly testing is done with IE6.
I have tried disconnecting from the Internet, quitting ZoneAlarm and disabling Avast AntiVirus. Same behavior.
I have checked both machines as to which file extentions point to which DLL.
*.ASP points to: C:\WINDOWS\system32\inetsrv\asp.dll
*.ASPX points to: C:\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\aspnet_isapi.dll.
Execute Permissions: Scripts & Executables
Application Protection: Low
(Home Directory>Directory Security>Edit)
Enable Anonymous Access: Enabled
Windows Authentication: Enabled
Within WinXP Explorer
Accounts: ASPNET, IUSR_MACHINENAME, IWAM_MACHINENAME all have Read & Execute,
List Folder Contents & Read enabled. IWAM_MACHINENAME was added to Administrators (for debugging)
This all seems crazy to me. Why is .NET 2.0 so hard to configure?! And there is almost no documentation on the web. Here we are at the end of 2006 and still it feels like I'm out on the frontier with just a wagon and a rifle.
Dec 01, 2011 01:11 PM|vvtt9911|LINK
First make sure you have installed and configured IIS server.
To check whether IIS server is installed: Run->inetmgr press enter.To know how to install and configure IIS server check the following Link:http://chalaki.com/install-iis6-windows-xp-professional-sp3-setup-run-csharp-cgi/425/To develop Website using Visual developer 2008 with IIS instead of "ASP.NET Development Server",
In the new website window under "Location" click on "Browse" to see the different Server options including IIS Server.
User can select the server as IIS server instead of "File System", then the "Location" option will be "HTTP"
instead of "File System".
In Visual developer 2008 under Properties->Start Option->Server->"Use local IIS server" option is not shown,
Even though IIS server was installed and configured successfully. the only options shown are
"use default server" and " Use custom server with base URL".
So in Visual developer 2008 to run on IIS server(If IIS server is installed), Need do the following:New Website -> Under Locations Click on "Browse" -> Click on "Local IIS" and then select the "IIS Virtual Directory"
(IIS vitual Directory which is directory created by the user while configuring IIS server) -> OpenWhile Running/debugging, the server which you selected while creating the website, the same server will used to open the website,
that is while creating the website if you selected "IIS Server" then the website will be opened though IIS server.One more thing is, while installing Visual developer 2008 and IIS server, If you installed IIS server
after installing Visual studio then you need to do the following before creating new website:
Run ->cmd press enter (then enter the following Command)-> C:\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\Framework\Version# aspnet_regiis -i
press Enter then you get message after 3 seconds "ASP.net was installed successfully".(*Version# will be v2.0.50727 in most cases)