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Unknown attribute xmlns

Hi Experts.

I have been using BDS 2006 to develop ASP.NET/C# solutions for framework 1.1, but I have now changed to Visual Studio 2005.

I am converting one of my sites already developed on BDS 2006 to VS and while I've got it up and running in the VS internal web server, I have some problems when publishing it in my localhost IIS. I get this:

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Unknown attribute xmlns

Line 1:  <?xml version="1.0"?>
Line 2:  <configuration xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/.NetConfiguration/v2.0">
Line 3:        <system.web>
Line 4:              <!--  DYNAMIC DEBUG COMPILATION

Source: web.config    Line: 2
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I figured this to be a framework 1.1 -> 2.0 problem, so I tried the "aspnet_regiis -i" command on the folder, but it didn't help. Additionally I noticed that this command still installed ASP.NET (1.1.4322.0). Shouldn't I get 2.0.xx something here now, after installing VS2005/.NET framework 2.0?

My IIS is v5.1

Any clues?
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LarsNess
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LarsNess
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TornadoVCommented:
Make sure you're actually using ASP.NET 2.0 to run your app, go to IIS MMC, right-click on your web site's property, navigate to ASP.NET tab and make sure that ASP Version dropdown list has 2.0.xxxxx.
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Sammy AgeilCommented:
another option  to switch the framework is using the ASPNET VersionSwitcher
http://www.denisbauer.com/NETTools/ASPNETVersionSwitcher.aspx

HTH
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