Last post Jul 19, 2008 03:06 AM by sumitd
Jul 16, 2008 10:19 PM|nloding|LINK
I'm transitioning to ASP.NET 3.5/IIS from a PHP/LAMP background. Configuring a site and it's required apps in IIS is completely different than doing so in a *Nix environment. Hand me Apache or Lighttpd and I'll do whatever you want. Put me in front of
Server 2003 with IIS ... I'm lost.
I have Server 2003 installed with NO domain. This is just for playing around inside my house for the time being, I just want to be able to go to http://machinename/mysite and get my site. I went to Add/Remove Programs, and installed the IIS component (Application
Server). I've run every Windows Update that is available. When I open the IIS Manager, right click the Default Web Site, go to the Properities -- I only have choices for v1.1.. or v2.0... under the ASP.NET tab. I'm learning .NET 3.5 right now, both ASP.NET
and C#. Why isn't 3.5 available?
What do I need to do to configure ASP.NET 3.5 and IIS6.0? Am I missing an install? What other things to do I need to install? I've Googled and Googled, but can't find anything! I feel like I'm missing something obvious ...
asp .net 3.5
Jul 17, 2008 12:43 AM|Mamta_m2008|LINK
Here are some links that might help you:
Hope you find a solution to your query.
Jul 18, 2008 09:01 AM|DarthSwian|LINK
You won't see 3.5 for the framework in IIS 6. 3.5 is just a layer on top of 2.0 so all you have to do is select 2.0
Jul 19, 2008 03:06 AM|sumitd|LINK
AS DarthSwian mentioned 3.5 is layer on top of 2.0, so you won't get anything in IIS with 3.5 version.
If you are not able to see 2.0 also
run aspnet_regiis -i from the v2.0 folder.