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Recommended .net portal.

I am looking for a solid .net portal to build on.  
Goals:
  Extensible / Flexible
  .net 2.0 based
  Low cost (or no cost if possible)
  Good support (web based is fine)
  Quality product
  VS2005 integration

Any suggestions?
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I want to build a website on top of an existing port.  So, hopefully the portal would supply common functionality like authentication, role based security, extensibility (with modules/etc).  

By being vs 2005 integrated, I would expect that I could develope my own functionality and plug it into the existing portal to extend it.

I expect to be developing a variety of different applications on top of this portal, so I need something stable yet flexible to build from (since I would rather not start from scratch)...

Does that make sense?

EJ
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Has anyone worked with .net nuke before?  I've been looking at that one, and it looks pretty good, but I'm not sure if it's fexible/stable enough.  Is that a good portal?  Or are there better ones?
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Thanks guys.  This was really helpful.

EJ