How can I tell if the .Net Framework has been installed on a network

Hello - How can I tell if ASP.NET has been enabled on a network?

On my development laptop, I can see the "ASP.NET" tab on the properties for the Default Web Site.

On my client's network, I don't see this tab when I look at the Default Web Site properties, but it's a corporate network, so I don't know if I would necessarily see it, or not.

Thanks

Mark
mlagrangeAsked:
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jeffchampagneCommented:
You should see it in IIS if it is installed.  You can also check C:\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\Framework
to see what folders are there, if it exists at all.  You should see the different version numbers for the framework that is installed.
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mlagrangeAuthor Commented:
Where would I see it, exactly, in IIS?

This server is running Windows 2000, so all I see is a WINNT folder, and I don't see any .Net folders in it.
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jeffchampagneCommented:
If you right click on any IIS website and go to it's properties, you will see an ASP.net tab.  You would then be able to select from a drop-down box which version you want that site to run.....if there are multiple versions installed on the server.

Also, in IIS, if you click the Web Service Extensions folder, you should see ASP.Net v. 2.0 if it is installed.  You will want to make sure it is allowed.
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mlagrangeAuthor Commented:
Ok - Thanks, Jeff
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