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Upgrade 2003 Server IIS To ASP 3.5?

Posted on 2007-11-27
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Hello,

We have a server running Windows 2k3 Standard SP2.  We would like to update it to run ASP.NET 3.5.  I have already installed the framework on the server (downloaded from Microsoft's site).  Even after the download, install, and reboot when I go to IIS and go to Web Service Extensions, it still lists ASP.NET v2.0.50727 as the only ASP.NET option.  

First of all, I have never done this before, so I am on the right track by installing the framework?  If so, how do I make it active so IIS will support the applications?  If I should be approaching this differently, please let me know that as well.

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ASP.Net "3.5" adds a few things to ASP.Net 2.0, but I believe apps in IIS would still run under the 2.0 setting.
http://forums.iis.net/p/1133618/1805774.aspx
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