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ASP.NET version v1.1 greyed out in website properties,i cant change to v2.0

Posted on 2008-10-22
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The question if i go into IIS , right click "websites" then properties, then to asp.net tab, the asp.net version is greyed out with v1.1 and i cant change to 2, which i really want to, i know you can do it in sub directories but but....i really want to change it in "websites" property.

Please help!! Thanks alot! very urgent to my job at the moment or else im fired.

thanks
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Gyanendra Singh earned 500 total points
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did you installed framework 2.0 .. if yes .. Please run this command from framework 2. 0 command prompt

aspnet_regiis -i
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i started this question on the 23rd of Oct 2008 at 9.06am and i got a reply at night: "10.15pm" which i finish work already and everything is over,   .............i said it was urgent and this is a paid service too after the 29th. Lucky that i will cancel my member ship now because i dont think this is worth it, i can just might aswell ask someone else or search on the web. why do i need to pay for a service that does not reply even within hours.         ------ The answer is only a few lines too and it took experts here the whole day to answer?? and i had once thought of allow you guys to take money out of my credit card....sorry, but for a paid service, i expect heaps more from what you call "experts"........disappointing.....
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