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.asmx file downloading rather than executing

Posted on 2009-04-13
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i've got a .asmx file that IIS 6, running on windows server 2003.   When i attempt to access the page, whether through Visual Studio or my web browser, IIS merely tries to serve the file to me, rather than executing.   I'm thinking this is an IIS setting somehwere, but i can't figure out what i've done wrong.
I've already tried asp_regiis - i, to no avail.    
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I think you need to reinstall the .Net framework.
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